• Political Science
  • Published 2001

Time to Reframe Politics and Practices in Correctional Education

@inproceedings{LoBuglio2001TimeTR,
  title={Time to Reframe Politics and Practices in Correctional Education},
  author={Stefan F. LoBuglio},
  year={2001}
}
There is a compelling logic to provide expansive education and training programs for adults under correctional supervision. In theory, these programs can prepare an underused pool of workers at a time when the nation is facing significant labor shortages. Uniquely, correctional education programs hold the promise of addressing the poor education and literacy skills of a significant percentage of individuals, particularly young, black, and Hispanic adult males. By improving the opportunity for… CONTINUE READING

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