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Education is the way out of reoffending

Employment is the number one predictor of preventing re-offending. But education in our prisons – which provides the very path to finding a purpose – is failing.

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Prison education is about more than finding work

New research from the Ministry of Justice shows that the positive impact of education for people supported by Prisoners’ Education Trust goes far beyond finding work, as their CEO Rod Clark explains.

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A new way of delivering prison education

The Ministry of Justice is overhauling the way that education is provided in prisons, providing new opportunities for smaller and/or local organisations to get involved.

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Reviewing prison education

I think the main challenges will be as much to with the practicalities of ensuring that there are enough staff to ensure that prisoners get to classes and providing the right incentives to get talented teachers to work in custodial settings.

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