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  • Nicholas de Wolff

    "In the past two decades, the money that states spend on prisons has risen at six times the rate of spending on higher education. In 2011, California spent $9.6 billion on prisons, versus $5.7 billion on higher education. Since 1980, California has built one college campus; it's built 21 prisons. The state spends $8,667 per student per year. It spends about $50,000 per inmate per year."

  • Young Jay

    now wonder why students are poor... no wonder some inmates always come back to their cells..

  • Caitlin Waddick

    per customer spending on public education versus prisons in California

  • Laurel LaFlamme

    Explains a lot: how much more California spends per prison inmate than per student (via @FareedZakaria) #p2 #WBOS

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