Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in International and Multicultural Education (IME)
Prof. Collette Cann
This case study explores the academic experiences of formerly incarcerated Black males. The goal of the case study is to inform policymakers and critical race scholars who take interest in the prison-to-school pipeline and ultimately dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline. The historical impact of slavery has manifested into this vicious pipeline and the overrepresentation of Black males in the prison industrial complex. This case study is to demonstrate how the net is casted on those affected by the incarceration system and that break the cycle for themselves by pursuing an education to create an upward academic trajectory.
Ogunbanwo, Folasade, "Breaking the Chains: Reversing the School-to-Prison Pipeline Through the Academic Experiences of Formerly Incarcerated Black Males" (2019). Master's Theses. 1203.