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NCJ Number: 122061 Find in a Library
Title: Physics with a New Approach
Journal: Journal of Correctional Education  Volume:40  Issue:4  Dated:(December 1989)  Pages:182-184
Author(s): J E Smetzer
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 3
Type: Program/Project Evaluation
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Schools in this country have a need to modify their approach in preparing graduates for the increasingly technological work place.
Abstract: Education for the college bound student is adequate and appropriate; however, the curricula for the greater percentage of the school population is not appropriate for their possible vocational future. This is particularly true of individuals who are incarcerated. Educational programs which will make it possible for this group to be employed and trained need to be more widely incorporated into the course requirements. This article presents a detailed description of such a program in a correctional environment. 4 references. (Author abstract)
Main Term(s): Correctional rehabilitation training; Social reintegration
Index Term(s): Correctional education programs; Inmate academic education; Vocational training
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