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01 Apr 2020 | PLA Briefings, Reports and Resources

Introducing the PLA In-Cell Activity Hub

When prisons are in lock-down, people spend a lot of time in their cells with no access to face-to-face activities. The InCellActivityHub contains creative, unique resources  contributed by organisations and individuals for PEF providers and prison staff to download and print.

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25 Mar 2020 | Digital Technology , Prison Education News

Digital Technology in Prisons is More Urgent Now than Ever

The Prisoner Learning Alliance has been campaigning for greater access to digital technology since we began. When faced with potential staff shortages and longer lock-up, the case for greater access to in-cell technology comes into its own.

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16 Jan 2020 | Prison Education News

DPS Maximum Contract Length Extended

The Ministry of Justice have extended the maximum length of Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) contracts to two years, a move called for by the Prisoner Learning Alliance (PLA).

13 Dec 2019 | Prison Education News

What’s happening with the DPS?

The Dynamic Purchasing System launched over a year ago. In this blog post, we take a look at the DPS on year on, and how prisons are using DPS and which areas are being funded.

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21 Aug 2019 | Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring the DPS

The DPS (Dynamic Purchasing System) is the process individual prisons use to buy education services.  How is it working? The Prisoner Learning Alliance has been working with Clinks to find out.

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25 Jul 2019 | Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring Outcomes for People Leaving Prison

New figures on working after leaving prison released today.
Getting a job after being released is often key to stopping people committing crimes and resettling successfully. Read our new blog that looks at the latest employment figures for people six weeks after leaving prisons and makes the case for collecting education data too.

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