Being a prison teacher

In schools built specifically for teaching, most instructors perform their miracles. But some teachers work in locations that are not often considered as educational institutions. An example of such institutions are the prisons and the education activities in prisons.

Prison educators provide lessons to youth and adults who are imprisoned, with the goal of reducing recidivism—the practice of returning inmates to prison after release—which many officials in the correctional sector believe would result from this approach. The duties of the prison education are essential, and diverse.

You can read about the experience of being a prison teacher in the following article:

Being a Prison Teacher (