Prison Awareness for Youth Program Teaches That Crime Does not 'PAY'

Burress, James; Burress, Chris
June 2001
Corrections Today;Jun2001, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p23
Presents information on the Prison Awareness for Youth (PAY) program designed to educate children about life in prison. Support of teachers for the program; Topics discussed in the program.


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