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Using Correctional Education Data: Issues and Strategies, January 1997

Selected Bibliography

Davis, S., Chown, B. 1986. Recidivism among Offenders Incarcerated by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Who Received Vocational – Technical Training: A Survival Data Analysis of Offenders Released January 1982 through July 1986. Oklahoma State Department of Corrections, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Flanagan, T., 1994. Prison Education Research Project Final Report, Sam Houston State University Criminal Justice Center, September, 1994.

Follow-Up Study of a Sample of Offenders Who Earned High School Equivalency Diplomas While Incarcerated. 1989. New York State Department of Correctional Services, Albany, New York.

Harer, M., 1994. Recidivism Among Federal Prison Releases in 1987: A Preliminary Report, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Washington, DC, March, 1994.

MacKenzie, D., Souryal, C., 1996. Multistate Study of Correctional Boot Camps, National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C.

Markley, H., Flynn, K., Bercaw-Dooen, S., 1983. Offender Skills Training and Employment Success: An Evaluation of Outcomes. Corrective and Social Psychiatry, 29, 1, pp. 1-11.

O'Neil, M. 1990. Correctional Higher Education: Reduced Recidivism? Journal of Correctional Education, 41, 1, pp. 28-31.

Saylor, W., Gaes, G., 1995. Long-Term Recidivism of U.S. Federal Prisoners: Interim Report Long-Term Recidivism of U.S. Federal Prisoners. U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons, November, 1995.

Siegel, G., 1994. The Effect of Literacy and General Education Development Programs on Adult Offenders on Probation, Perspectives, Winter, pp. 38-44.

Schumaker, R., Anderson, D., Anderson, S., 1990. Vocational and Academic Indicators of Parole Success, Journal of Correctional Education, 41, 1, pp. 8-13.
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