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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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What is prison education for?

Excellent new report from Prisoner Learning Alliance & NPS constructs theories of change for 5 broad themes in prisoner education.

Prison

Prison education cuts reoffending

This finding gives hope to the value of Mr Gove’s review; if the quality and availability of prison education can be improved, it appears that there are large numbers of prisoners committed to making a positive change to their lives with education a keystone to that progress.

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The Prisoners’ Education Trust justice priorities

If we all want people to leave prison and make a positive contribution to society, why not enable them to start during their sentence? I would make it a priority to ensure prison staff work together with prisoners to improve rehabilitation by giving them more responsibility, using their talents and encouraging them to help others with roles such as peer mentors, student council representatives and learning champions.

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