1. The prison system is costly and rarely rehabilitates prisoners. Imagine a better way to transition inmates to freedom.
By Mark A.R. Kleiman, Angela Hawken, & Ross Halperin in Vox
2. Lawmakers should listen to the budget hawks, not the defense hawks.
By Robert Gard and Angela Canterbury in Defense One
3. For teenage girls, it’s possible to shift “attention bias” — literally focusing them on happy faces instead of sad ones — and fight the risk of depression.
By Jennifer Kahn in Pacific Standard
4. The next generation of American workers isn’t prepared to take over the jobs of departing baby boomers. The cost of this failure will be enormous.
By Jennifer Bradley in the Brookings Essay
5. As a four-year college education slips further out of reach, community college has some important lessons to teach us.
By Josh Wyner in the Miami Herald
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