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The prisons do not provide the courses, they will have to be provided by someone on the outside. The prison education department proxies the testing for the universities that provide "distance learning". There are several available and they don't have to be located in Ohio. Louisiana State University (LSU) is one of the best and most widely used programs in the prisons. But, you pay for the course load "by the hour" and the books just like you would ifRead more
YES, the Dyer County Jail offers GED programming for all inmates. InmateAid encourages all inmates to take as much programming as an institution offers. One, it's good for an inmate to have things occupy their time constructively, Two, the institution looks favorably on inmates trying to improve themselves, Three, it better prepares an inmate upon reentry,Read more
InmateAid has a vast resource for the college courses that have "distance learning" curriculum. You can access the list of colleges that offer courses into the prison HERE, or go to the section Continuing Education and link to Resources. There are also many related articles about college in prison.Read more
The curriculum is overseen by the prison's education department. Every piece of work that you do towards your grade is monitored and verified by the prison staff. You take your test in front of that personnel, your papers or other written submissions are done on your own time, and since there is plenty of that...be true to yourself and learn the material.Read more
Most undergraduate degrees may be pursued through many traditional universities. LSU has a great program for inmates as do others. you may go to the "continuing education" section on the Home Page to see a wide variety of schools and programs to choose from.Read more