Historical Vignette

September 1999
Journal of Correctional Education;Sep1999, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p94
Academic Journal
Presents excerpts from historical books relating to three different views on the objectives of prison schools. Imparting "higher thoughts, increased acquisitions and desires for a better life" to the inmates; Insistence on "the high and holy purpose of forming a right character"; Emphasis on correction of the attitudes of the prisoners towards society.


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