Ca. Prisoner Education Program Is Struggling

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Nearly 20,000 California inmates are enrolled in a new education program mired in staffing shortages, labor disputes, and the logistics of giving one-on-one instruction, says the Los Angeles Times. Started in November to save money, Bridging Education – resembling a series of correspondence courses – has cost the state more than it has saved. Teachers
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