The Potential of Prison University Partnerships to Transform Learners into Leaders A report for the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship Year 2017 Nina Champion, April 2018 To read Nina’s report click here.
Innovative Learning Models for Prisoners (Florence University Press, 2016) “He who opens a school door, closes a prison” If this idea was true in the social conditions of the late 19th century it is very much alive and relevant in … Read More
Erasmus+ Funded Training Courses in Cyprus – for teachers, trainers, university staff and adult education professionals: Who’s eligible? Teachers, Adult Education Professionals and Higher Education Staff of organizations, schools and institutions that received the Erasmus+ staff training funding for the … Read More
As part of the renewal of its second four-year mandate (2015-2019), the UNESCO Chair in Applied Research for Education in Prison is calling on all Scientific Committee members and newsletter subscribers to contribute to the overview of correctional education at … Read More
After conducting a comprehensive literature search, the authors undertook a meta-analysis to examine the association between correctional education and reductions in recidivism, improvements in employment after release from prison, and learning in math and in reading. Their findings support the … Read More