A rare second chance for youth with a criminal record

By Agency
  • Family
  • Thursday, 22 Oct 2020

Feelings of isolation and anxiety and lack of a support system are just a few of the obstacles people face when deciding to pursue higher education after imprisonment. - Pixabay

After working for three months as a tutor at Fresno City College in 2016, Khoi Quach got a call that he needed to go to the campus police station.

"As soon as I heard that, I knew there wasn't going to be any good news," the now 28-year-old said.

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