Indiana prisoners will no longer be able to earn a taxpayer-funded bachelor’s degree or study liberal arts under a shift in state prison-education policy, IndyStar reports. Instead, inmates wanting to take college classes could earn credits only toward a work-skills certificate such as welding or work toward a limited number of two-year associate degrees–but only if those are limited in scope and related to a specific need by an Indiana employer…

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