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Transcript Prison-Ed-NCCCAEA_Fall2013-v1

Prison Education Program (PEP)
State-Level Perspective
North Carolina Community College Adult Educators Association (NCCCAEA)
Fall Conference
September 26, 2013
Prison Education Program (PEP) State Contacts
Dr. Anthony(Tony) Reggi
[email protected]
Tracy McPherson
[email protected]
NC Department of Public Safety
Rehabilitative Programs and Services
Educational Services Section
Liaison to the NCCCS
NC Community College System Office
Programs and Student Services Division
Workforce Continuing Education Section
Public Safety Training Team
(Scroll down to section heading “Captive & Co-opted”)
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• General Statutes
G.S. 115D-5 c and c1
• State Board Code
1D SBCCC 700.98
Prison Education Program (PEP) Logistics
PEP Funding and Approval Process(es)
State Prison Priorities
Agreement to pay tuition/fees with PEP funds
State Board Approval
PEP Memos
Joint Annual Plans/Validation Forms
PEP Points of Contact
Start-Up Funds (Instructor Costs)
$50,000 Small College Funds
Expansion/Start-Up Funds
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PEP State-Level Validation Form
High School Equivalency/GED
Changes to the GED/Impact on Prison Ed Program
Change in Ownership/Increase in Fee
Computerized Testing/Paper-Based Waiver
Testing Centers
New Version of GED
Funding Challenges (testing fee exemption for
inmates ends December 31, 2013)
Discussions About Adult High School
Youth Facilities vs Adult Facilities
Foothills, Morrison, Polk, NCCCW
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Human Resources Development (HRD)
Offender-Specific HRD
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention (CBI)
Thinking for a Change versus “generic” CBI
CBI Instructor Training (Version 3.1)
HRD Training Academy
December 10 – 13, 2013
Greensboro Downtown Marriott
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Third-Party Endorsements
Career Readiness Certification (CRC)
WIN Training Materials
PEP funding for assessment fees
Apprenticeships/Inmate Work Assignments
Inmate Construction Program (ICP)
Correction Enterprises
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VERA Pathways Prison Grant
Mayland, Stanly, Pamlico, AB Tech
(CPCC, Pitt, AB Tech)
Justice Reinvestment
Juvenile Justice
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NCDPS Division of Juvenile Justice
Youth Development Centers
C. A. Dillon Youth Development Center
Butner, N.C.
Chatham Youth Development Center
SilerCity, N.C.
Dobbs Youth Development Center
Lenoir Complex
Kinston, N.C. 28504
Stonewall Jackson Youth Development Center
Concord, N.C.
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Email Distribution List
There are two methods that the System Office uses
to communicate information to the community
colleges. Below are the instructions for adding staff
to these lists.
 CC Email Distribution List
This list is populated at the local level; not
at the System Office. Each college determines
who and how many staff can be on the list.
Additionally, the local level is responsible for
updating, adding, and/or deleting names.
Please contact your local college IT email
administrator for further instructions.
CC Email Distribution List
 Basic Law Enforcement Training
 Basic Skills Director
 Code Enforcement Training
 Community Services Directors
 Continuing Education Officers
 Continuing Education Registrars
 CRC Administrators
 Criminal Justice Training
 Customized Training Directors
 Program-Specific Primary Contact
These list are populated at the System Office.
The primary contact person identified on this
list will be notified if specific college
information is needed. This list will be
populated with only one name per college.
We rely on the college to inform us when we
need to update these list.
 Emergency Management Training
 EMS Training
 Fire Rescue Training
 Human Resources Development
 Small Business Center Network
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