The Education Department offers a wide variety of academic and vocational programs, ranging from adult literacy to post-secondary studies through correspondence. All programs are voluntary with the exception of the GED (General Education Development) and ESL (English-as-a-Second Language). An inmate who does not have a verified high school diploma will be required to attend 240 institutional hours of class. For an inmate who cannot speak English proficiently, mandatory attendance in ESL will be required until such time the individual scores a 225 on the CASA Certification Test. A representative from the Education Department will interview each incoming inmate shortly after arrival at the institution. The Education Department maintains information about all available programs.
FCI RAY BROOK’S COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS:
KIDS AT RISK PROGRAM AIDS PEER EDUCATION
LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERISM
PARENTING PROGRAM SCORE (Business Administration)