Helping inmates learn how to learnJune 07, 2021
“When the inmate crosses the threshold into education, all the labels that have been attributed to them are shrugged off for a few hours and they can begin to grow,” said Amanda Josling, teacher at the Intensive Learning Centre at Lithgow Correctional Centre.
Prisons struggling to fill teacher positionsMarch 09, 2020
The NSW Inspector of Custodial Services’ report has delivered a damning assessment of the failed privatisation of adult education in NSW prisons.
Forum hears of problems with gaol education privatisationOctober 02, 2018
A public forum on prison education has examined the effects of privatisation on the provision of education in NSW gaols and to evaluate the quality of that education.
TAFE and Corrective Services on Federation’s election agendaJuly 14, 2018
Our public TAFE system was the envy of the world, but then it started to be destroyed, Federation President Maurie Mulheron told Annual Conference Delegates earlier this week.
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