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“When I shook hands with each new Nyack College graduate, I didn’t see a man and his past; I saw a man and the possibilities for his future,” commented Dr. Michael G. Scales, Nyack College’s president.

In Sing Sing, one forward-thinking educational program, launched in 1998, has a recidivism rate of less than 2 percent.

Hudson Link/Mercy College Professor, Jo Ann Skousen to appear on Stossel TONIGHT 9PM ET to discuss the release of the Director's Cut of Award-Winning ZERO PERCENT Documentary

Imagine producing an event as part of the most prestigious, well-respected conference organizations in the world - TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) - inside a maximum security prison.

On December 3, 2014, Sing Sing Correctional Facility will host TEDxSingSing, an independently organized TED event. TEDxSingSing will be the first TEDx event to take place in a New York State prison.