Life & Letters magazine features the Texas Prison Education Initiative

Wed, January 30, 2019
Life & Letters magazine features the Texas Prison Education Initiative

Life & Letters magazine features the Texas Prison Education Initiative, a new project started by Sarah Brayne.

The program has three goals in mind:

  1. that students would receive college credit
  2. that the courses be free of cost to students
  3. that they be in liberal arts subjects rather than the vocational offerings that comprise much of prison education.

"There’s something about liberal arts education which has to do with transforming your perspective of the world, introducing you to research and great literary works that can kind of broaden the mind," says Brayne. 

Read more on the Life & Letters website.

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