Charles Day / Class 3: Accountability

by Charles Day

97. Describe your thoughts on whether accountability logs would help, hinder, or provide indifferent to your opportunities for success upon release.

98. In what ways will probation officers respond to efforts you’ve made at documenting your values, goals, and commitment to preparing for a law-abiding life upon release?

99. Elaborate on ways that full transparency with regard to your prison adjustment through accountability logs can influence potential employers or support networks.

100. Describe the role accountability logs played in their success:

Roles the logs played in their lives is that they held them accountable in the areas in which they proclaimed the aspiration to achieve success in.

101. How do universities evaluate which students to admit?

SAT’s, socioeconomic status, ethnic and national diversity.

102. What information do creditors consider when deliberating on whether to extend loans?

Credit score, verifyable income, assets

103. What governs investment decisions that people make?

Return on investment, and risk assesment

104. How do your responses to the above questions support or refute the value of accountability logs?

I’m not able to necessarily say that the answers to the above questions would refute or support accountability logs. In all honesty, except for the universities evaluation to admit students, I was only able to answer the questions about investments and creditors because I asked friends that I eat with on friday nites. Do I plan on learning about these types of things, YES. The truth is, is that the only investments that I have experiance with have to do with a life of drugs and gangs. The current status of my freedom is a result of that bad investment of an illegitimate lifestyle. I do KNOW that the life that I aspire to live and lead in successful achievements will be one full of joy, love, and peace with family and those that have supported me and that do support me. I remain see through in my lifestyle, and in that I stay accountable to all who watch, read, and listen.

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