We feature the latest news about our work and share views from our staff and other prison education experts.
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.
Young Offender Institutions (YOIs) in England are taking too long to recover from the pandemic, according to the Independent Monitoring Boards (IMBs) Annual Report.
In a challenging year, veterans studying in prison have been able to look to the future thanks to support from ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.
The University of Edinburgh’s Life Beyond project inspires learners in prison to explore and produce designs of settlements beyond Earth.
Jon Collins talks the challenges prison education is facing, digital learning, and how people in prison can help shape the charity’s future.
After eight years as CEO, Rod Clark reflects on leaving Prisoners’ Education Trust and the positive future he foresees for the organisation.
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