Inmates learn life skills for an increasingly complex digital world

It’s back to school for some Indigenous prison inmates who are learning critical thinking skills to help them navigate an increasingly complex digital media and financial environment once they are back in their communities.

Ashley Nash and Karen Paul, who lead the Adult Learning and Literacy branch of New Brunswick’s Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) recently held workshops at Dorchester Penitentiary for minimum and medium security inmates to introduce them to digital and financial literacy skills.

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