December 2001
Journal of Correctional Education;Dec2001, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p138
Academic Journal
This article presents information on correctional services in different regions in Canada. In Ontario Region, an Education Computer Local Area Network (LAN) pilot project has been started in correctional institution. The project was designed to give offenders opportunity to learn current software programs used in the community. Prairie, Ontario region has completed a research study on the impact of Cognitive Enrichment Advantage teaching method on learning rates, and social behaviors within prison. Vocational courses in areas such as food services, technical services and wood work and other areas such as printing, horticulture and accounting started by correctional institutions in Québec.


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