The goal of this convening is to discuss approaches to teaching and learning that have been proven effective at engaging incarcerated students, and to prepare faculty and students for instruction in local correctional facilities. Incarcerated students in California Institute for Women (CIW) and Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall (BJN) Think Tanks have helped develop five pillars we will address: Protocol, Assumptions, Privilege, Academic Integrity, and Trauma.

For more information, please contact Armando Tellez: armandotellez@pep.ucla.edu