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Take Charge of Your Future: Get the Education and Training You Need

This Guide is designed for people who are incarcerated and for those on community supervision (probation and parole) to help them get started—or continue—on the path to further education and training.
Donna Fowler
Michelle Tolbert
Author(s) Organizational Affiliation: 
MPR Associates, Inc. Berkeley, California
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Number of Pages: 
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Skill Level: 
NRS EFL 3--ABE Intermediate Low
NRS EFL 4--ABE Intermediate High
NRS EFL 5--ESL High Intermediate ESL
NRS EFL 6--Advanced ESL Literacy
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The Take Charge guide is designed for people who have been incarcerated, and for those on community supervision (probation and parole). It will help them begin-or continue-on the path toward furthering their education or training.

Benefits and Uses: 

The new publication, Take Charge of Your Future, builds on the success of the previous guide, Back to School: A Guide to Continuing Your Education after Prison, by updating and expanding the content and broadening the target audience. The goal for the new publication is to assist the large and diverse group of persons in correctional settings with a wide range of specialized educational interests from goal setting to financial literacy.

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