Transcript: Incarceration Rates in the U.S. Our taxpayers pay $62 a day to house one inmate There are more taxes spent on inmates in prison than students. According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), 2,266,800 adults were incarcerated in U.S. federal and state prisons, and county jails at year-end 2011 – about 0.7% of adults in the U.S. resident population. Jail is different from prison because the crimes tend to be more serious. Jail would be just to hold people while they're awaiting trial. How Much ? JAIL PROJECT Prison Inceration V.S. Education
Transcript: Jail Detail 2 The U.S prison population is more than 2.4 million . One out of every american adult is behide bars . yes because if prisoners get help and stay out of jail there are so many people losing money if there is no prisoners there is no jail , no stuff . Jail Detail 4 Detail 1 Dose the prisons industrial complex have an interest in making sure that prisoners are not informed ? The average inmate in minimum federal prison costs 21,000 each year. the average inmate in maximum federal prison costs 33,000 each year . Do prisons reform criminals or simply create better ones? i think that prisons create better ones because half of the prisoners come back to jail . How should tax money be spent when it comes to prison & prisoners ? i think tax money should be spent bye trying to help the inmates in jail. try to help them get of drugs , understand what there , there for and help them try not to go back to jail. Detail 3
Transcript: Less of an opportunity to learn Too many teachers that don't care Harder to learn Makes teaching more difficult. Less time spent in class More drop out More likely to commit crimes Lower value of education Suspensions usually not needed The High School to Jail Pipeline Lack Of Resources What Is the High School To Jail Pipeline? Overcrowded Classrooms Created By Trystian Arnold & Reese Rountree Increased Police Activity The "school-to-prison pipeline" refers to the policies and practices that push our nation's schoolchildren, especially our most at-risk children, out of classrooms and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. This pipeline reflects the prioritization of incarceration over education. Most employers will do background checks Most businesses will not hire people with a criminal record Criminal records follow you forever Low wage/skill jobs may hire you The Road to Jail Too many students to a classroom Lack of quality teachers Not enough resources Increased reliance on Police Based On A True Story Start of the Road Easier for grades to slip Less one on one time More distracted students More work for teachers Employers Check More Suspensions Increase in kids being charged with crimes Unclear if officers make in impact in deterring crime or armed intruders Ruins kids records when school discipline would have been fine Kids are ending up in court rather than the principal's office
Transcript: Kakapoopoopeepeeshire scenario 1:zombie apocalypse By: Andy Garcia and Roman Wright Jail It is the center of the rules, it holds the group together by letting there be no betrayal cytoplasm Command center Controls everything Nucleus The Dump This gets rid of all unwanted items such as broken tools or weapons Lysasome Warehouse Stores water and food Vacuole People Sort packages and materials Golgi Bodies Hunters Makes protein Ribosomes Solar Panels Makes energy from sunlight Chloroplast Generator Makes energy Mitochondria Zipline Transports materials Endoplasmic recticulum Brick Wall Protects everything inside it Cell wall Fence Protects whats in its radius cell membrane Roman And Andy made this thing by the way
Transcript: Inmate experience Over all message Benefits of the trip Price of transportation Bus price $67.50 for 45 people The experience Education of the law To hear about the inmates Graph Incarceration rate in 2011
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Transcript: being in jail officers GOAL! read 1 book a week do a test a day no breaks getting arrested put in a holding cell test your system excuse me mam/sir every time they walk by they write you up no touching other inmates only knockout during reck time learn how to make your bed every day get your bed thrown around wake up at 5:30 a.m school Jail before your cell school
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