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Prisons failing to educate young offenders, warns CSJ

Young Offenders’ Institutions (YOIs) in England are not providing the most basic education requirements, new data from the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) shows.

It found that just one in nine state-run YOIs are delivering their minimum requirement of 15 hours of education to each teenager per week.

Responding to a Government consultation on the possible introduction of Secure Colleges, the CSJ is highly critical of the current system which fails to provide even the basic schooling.

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