The Father of Correctional Education Austin MacCormick


CEA Founder
Austin H. MacCormick

Austin MacCormick is widely recognized as a leader in the field of corrections and the use of education as a rehabilitative tool. Austin MacCormick served as a president of the American Correctional Association. He founded CEA in 1930 which became an independent organization in 1945.

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