Warren Lewis

Prison Literacy: Implications for Program and Assessment Policy (1993)

The United States has a far higher precentage of people behind bars than any other other country and the prison population is rising steadily. This presents a double problem: the majority of prison inmates are (by almost any definition) also insufficiently literate. A strong correlation exists between ordinary criminal behavior and educational insufficiency.

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