Mark Krumholz started the program, now called Prison Teaching Initiative, partly because of his experiences as a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley. He taught math and science courses at San Quentin State Prison in a long running program that offered about a dozen classes per semester…(read more)
TCNJ Center for Prison Outreach and Education coordinates and oversees new Associates degree tracks and a year-round, non-credit academic enrichment and tutoring program for incarcerated people of Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility and Garden State Youth Correctional Facility…(read more)
Founded in 2007, we are the only on-site program in the US that serves both incarcerated people and prison employees. By doing so, we work toward creating more vibrant and caring communities, inside and out. At the Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center (ERDCC) in Bonne Terre, Missouri, we offer an Associates of Arts Degree, as well as informal lectures and workshops. We also conduct research on the impact of education on prison populations.
The Maine State Prison Education Department offers a wide variety of academic and life skill programs…(read more)
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS), Judson Baptist Association, and the Louisiana State Penitentiary planned and organized a program of theological training for church leaders at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola during the summer of 1995 and was established in August of that same year…(read more)