We feature the latest news about our work and share views from our staff and other prison education experts.
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We’ve launched our new five year strategy for 2022-2026. Prisoners’ Education Trust (PET) alumnus, Dalton Harrison, was a member of our strategy development group, working to find ways in which PET can help more people and offer better support. His story below features as the strategy’s foreword.
Prisoners’ Education Trust has launched its new strategy, setting out plans to make sure everyone in prison has access to education.
Prisoners’ Education Trust has submitted written evidence to the Justice Select Committee inquiry on women in prison, as it explores how well women’s needs are met in prison.
In the last of three blogs on how prisons are recovering from the pandemic and what this means for prison learners, PET’s Head of Policy Francesca Cooney reflects on the changes to in-cell study and the support that learners need to succeed.
In PET’s second blog about how prisons are recovering from the pandemic, we look at the changes we would like to see to the core day.
The first of three blogs about how prisons are recovering from the pandemic and what this means for prison learners.
Based on feedback from learners, prison and education staff, and the expert advice team here at PET, we’ve improved and refreshed our prospectus and now offer over 120 courses to people in prison.
Young Offender Institutions (YOIs) in England are taking too long to recover from the pandemic, according to the Independent Monitoring Boards (IMBs) Annual Report.
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