REVIEW OF PRISON EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN ENGLAND – NEW REPORT!

REVIEW OF PRISON EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN ENGLAND – NEW REPORT!
June 21, 2018 dmh

This newly published report presents inspection findings on the quality of education, training and work in prisons in England. It draws upon relevant government policy documents and research reports linked to evidence-based policies and practices.

To access the full report : Prisons FINAL report website 210618

Key findings incorporate evidence drawn from:

  • a review of 45 inspection reports published by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons and Probation (HMIPP) from September 2015 to August 2017, that include judgements made by Ofsted[1]
  • a review of policy documents and reports on education and training in prisons, with specific reference to the national agenda to reduce reoffending.

[1] https://www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmiprisons/inspections/?post_type=inspection&s&prison-inspection-type=prison-and-yoi-inspections

These findings are complemented by a separate in-depth International Literature Review of Education and Training in Prisons – see: http://dmhassociates.org/international-literature-review-education-and-training-in-prisons-2 

Karen will be continuing  her work on innovative policies and practices in education and training developments in prisons working closely with Deirdre Hughes. Contact us to find out more – email: deirdre.hughes@btinternet.com

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