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Behind every course we fund, there’s a story. Read them here.

30 Oct 2017 | Emmanuel | BAME, Learner voice

My daughter taught me to read in prison

Emmanuel was 38 and serving a life sentence when he learned to read so he could write to his daughter – and later study alongside her. He shares his story.

10 Oct 2017 | Learner voice

Writing Competition 2017 – Why Prison Education Matters

To mark the second International Day of Education in Prisons, we asked people in prison to submit poems, short stories and essays addressing the question: “Why does Education in Prison Matter?” We received dozens of submissions in each category, and a panel of PET staff and volunteers whittled them down to the strongest.

27 Aug 2017 | Learner voice

Our Stories: Studying GCSEs in prison

So far this year, PET has funded over 200 people to take GCSE, AS Levels and A Levels in prison, a handful of whom managed to take their exams inside. As they await, lament or celebrate their results along with students up and down the country, we asked them why they chose to study these subjects, what effect it has had, and what they hope to do next.

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