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Bringing the Outside In: Institutional Perspectives on The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program

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A review of numerous studies on the connection between the education experience of offenders and recidivism will reveal a positive relationship exists between institutional educational programs and a number of indicators of success. Generally, offenders who are involved in education and training have better intuitional adjustments, are less likely to relapse and are more likely to retain jobs secured while under supervision and/or have a higher job retention rate. Although all studies are not uniform, there is enough empirical data to believe the relationship between education and many positive outcomes do not occur simply by chance. Having established the need for educational programs, correctional facilities struggle to develop them, given the limited resources and competing priorities. Linking with community resources can be the key element in achieving our goal.

Participation in the Inside/Outside can serve many positive functions for both categories of students. Perhaps, one (1) of the most valuable aspects of the experience is breaking down stereotypes. Additionally, the “inside” students learn they compete and succeed with traditional students. These are just a few of many advantages to the program and, of course, there are drawbacks to its overall management for correctional officials.
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Neal, Elizebeth. and Harrison, Lana. "Bringing the Outside In: Institutional Perspectives on The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Philadelphia, PA, <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p373091_index.html>

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Neal, E. and Harrison, L. D. "Bringing the Outside In: Institutional Perspectives on The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Philadelphia, PA <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p373091_index.html

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Abstract: A review of numerous studies on the connection between the education experience of offenders and recidivism will reveal a positive relationship exists between institutional educational programs and a number of indicators of success. Generally, offenders who are involved in education and training have better intuitional adjustments, are less likely to relapse and are more likely to retain jobs secured while under supervision and/or have a higher job retention rate. Although all studies are not uniform, there is enough empirical data to believe the relationship between education and many positive outcomes do not occur simply by chance. Having established the need for educational programs, correctional facilities struggle to develop them, given the limited resources and competing priorities. Linking with community resources can be the key element in achieving our goal.

Participation in the Inside/Outside can serve many positive functions for both categories of students. Perhaps, one (1) of the most valuable aspects of the experience is breaking down stereotypes. Additionally, the “inside” students learn they compete and succeed with traditional students. These are just a few of many advantages to the program and, of course, there are drawbacks to its overall management for correctional officials.


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