The Ex-Inmate as Correctional Educator: A Personal View
Errol Craig Sull - President, The Correctional Education Company

Teaching in a correctional facility: invigorating, exciting, challenging ... and yes, frustrating, taxing, draining, and scary at times. Like Forrest Gump's box of chocolates, you never really know what you're going to get, but perhaps this also adds to the daily motivation of teaching inmates. It creates enthusiasm and breeds addiction to the profession. And it changes you forever.

But let me add one more ingredient to this equation that perhaps offers me an additional perspective:
I am an ex-inmate who is also a correctional educator...

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