Sanity in an Insane Workplace
By Dr. Patricia Franklin, Correctional Educator & Past President CEA

I’d like to address issues that may be of concern to a person considering a career in correctional education. There are four main subjects that for most of us are relevant in making this decision: safety; professionalism; gender bias; stress. This is a very brief article, simply to provoke thought.

Safety has to be the primary concern of any educator....

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