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Fine Cell Work: the social enterprise that trains prisoners in paid, skilled needlework Teaching prisoners creative sewing boosts their employability and self-confidence, say those at Fine Cell Work... Education Justice Society
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The inmates who teach other prisoners to read Since most of us learn to read and write in the first year or two of school, it feels almost impossible to imagine not being able to. But An... Education Justice Society
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Doing us justice: tackling the prisons problem What if prisons were designed to educate and encourage, rather than simply to punish? In the face of huge challenges, we meet those who are ... Education Justice Society
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The woman who uses Positive News to help teach adults to read Jeanette Haigh uses Positive News as a reading aid in adult literacy classes. The uplifting design and content make it a perfect match, she ... Education Media Society
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Goodbye boozy Britain? Why more young people are going dry New research suggests that young people in Britain are increasingly swapping pints for soft drinks. We investigate the growing movement for ... Education Society
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The school helping traumatised children thrive Staff at a US high school created an environment built on empathy and redemption. Using a framework called trauma-informed care, they acknow... Education Society Youth
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