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Books Through Bars sends quality reading material to prisoners and encourages creative dialogue on the criminal justice system, thereby educating those living inside and outside of prison walls.
The Correctional Education Association (CEA), founded in 1945, is a non-profit, professional association serving educators and administrators who provide services to students in correctional settings. The CEA is the largest affiliate of the American Correctional Association.
We provide inmates with a correspondence program for our evidence based cognitive life skills curriculum which culminates with the inmate receiving a certificate of completion.
Our mission is to provide educational, recreational and community resource reading materials to the residents of the jail facilities in Dane County, Wisconsin. The Jail Library Group is dedicated to meeting the educational, recreational and community resource reading needs of the jail residents.
Motheread, Inc. is a nationally acclaimed private, non-profit organization that combines the teaching of literacy skills with child development and family empowerment issues. Parents and children learn to use the power of language to discover more about themselves, their families, and their communities.
The Prison Book Program has been supplying individuals and groups of prisoners with quality reading material since 1972.
This site provides an account based on the personal experiences of Thorwald (Tory) Esbensen, MicroEd's President and Instructional Designer.