A young man named Ryan Ferguson was freed late last year after spending nearly a decade in prison for a crime he did not commit (see The Huffington Post , November 13, 2013). When I first heard his story, I thought about the time he’d lost while in prison and how far behind he would be compared with his peers with regard to jobs and education.
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