California Faces 20 Percent Cut in Prison Teachers

Print More,1,846209.story?coll=la%2Dheadlines%2Dcalifornia Califoria is planning to lay off 330 prison educators in the coming year, hampering inmate instruction to read at the ninth-grade level as state law requires. The layoffs would cut the prison education staff by 20%, further shrinking academic and vocational offerings behind bars, says the Los Angeles Times. Thousands of inmates are on
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