Long-Distance Training For Staff and Inmates

December 1999
Corrections Today;Dec99, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p138
Deals with long-distance learning, the use of the Internet or a satellite to deliver educational programs in corrections. Features of long-distance learning technologies; Sample of federal and state training initiatives involving long-distance learning; Number of inmate population who does not have a high school diploma or a general equivalency diploma, according to the United States National Institute for Literacy.


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