Would you like to be a peer reviewer on federal grants? OCTAE is seeking reviewers for a reentry education grant competition to be announced later this spring. We need individuals with expertise in correctional education, adult education, and/or community-based organization (CBO) program management/evaluation.
During summer 2015, reviewers will be expected to attend a reviewer training webinar, review and electronically score applications, and participate in panel review teleconferences. Reviewers will receive an honorarium. No travel is required.
Submitted by LINCS_Communications on January 7, 2015 - 10:28am
Join the LINCS Community for a discussion on adult learning disability populations in secure, correctional facilities. Whether you’re a correctional education teacher, a CTE professional, program director, curriculum developer, or are just interested in disability and correction efforts, this is sure to be an event you will not want to miss!
Submitted by LINCS_Communications on December 18, 2014 - 9:37am
Secure, correctional facilities house and offer educational programming to diverse populations, which may include individuals with assorted learning disabilities from mild to severe. From January 12 – 14, the LINCS Community will host the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Five Keys Charter School, which provides education services to San Francisco and Los Angeles’ County Jail, for a special discussion on Adult Learning Disability Populations within Secure, Correctional Facilities.
Rochelle and I are organizing an event in which we hope to encourage conversation around learning disabilities in corrections classrooms. As part of these organizational efforts we'd like to solicit from our groups subjects for discussion. What would you, as educators in the field, like to hear more about concerning learning disabilities within secure classrooms and the challenges faced by both students and their instructors in such an environment? Your contributions are much appreciated.