Education, Schools & Financial Aid: Financial Aid
- The report contains an introduction with background information on parents with criminal records, and chapters on employment, public benefits, housing, child welfare, student loans, and immigration. These chapters feature stories of ex-offenders who have confronted these barriers, illustrating the inequities of these collateral consequences. For information on financial aid and education, see Chapter Five: Student Loans and Criminal Records.
- Sets out research related to how criminal records disqualify people from higher education.
| Other pages in this section: Financial Aid - School Suspensions & Expulsions