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January 2, 2014 12:20 PM

Course pairs University of Kentucky students, Blackburn inmates

This fall, 16 University of Kentucky students and 16 minimum-security inmates from Blackburn Correctional Complex studied together as peers. The program, a first for UK and the state prison system, has been lauded by nearly all participants.

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