Employability: Cracking the re-offending code


A project that trains prisoners in coding skills is helping turn the lives of ex-offenders round.

Stories like Ashley Fulcher’s are all too common among the prison population: thrown out of school with few prospects; multiple convictions and prison sentences interspersed with failed attempts to get back on his feet. But now he’s turning his life around, thanks to an innovative project to teach computer coding skills in prisons.

The non-profit Code 4000 project...

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