Corrections Strategies that May Work in Your Classroom
Submitted by Jessica Puchala on May 16, 2016 - 1:14pm
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Research has shown that inmates who participate in education programs during their incarceration are 43% less likely to return to prison. That statistic is one of many reasons why Kim King, Instructor with Idaho Department of Corrections, loves her job. “I love helping [the corrections] population, and they need people who care about them. Even on a shoestring budget.”
After working in a correctional facility for 13 years, Kim has identified a number of teaching strategies that help her students find success on the GED® test. These strategies can also be applied in regular adult education classrooms, too. Click here to read some of Kim’s strategies in the InSession blog from GED Testing Service.