Innovative Learning Models for Prisoners – Publication
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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
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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

UNESCO Chair in Applied Research for Education in Prison
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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

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Correctional Education
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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

An Assessment of the English and Maths Skills Levels of Prisoners in England
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The Centre for Education in the Criminal Justice System (CECJS) recognise that in order to design a coherent education system, it is necessary to have an informed understanding of the current educational levels of the cohort. Current information of the … Read More

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