Arnold, Sheriff Robert
January 2013
Sheriff;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p64
The article focuses on the efforts of retiring adult education teacher Fodney Hayes to teach life lessons to inmates at the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office in Tennessee. He launches the corrections General Educational Development (GED) program and guides 546 inmates to eran their GEDs. He wants to improve the culture of education in the lives of the inmates in their families.


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