Posted by Christy Williams on May 10th, 2016
The New York State Association of Incarcerated Education Programs (NYSAIEP) conference is held annually for educators to come together and share ideas around educating incarcerated youth. Getting a GED or other high school equivalency diploma can reduce the likelihood of a person under the age of 21 returning to prison within three years by 14 percent, so it’s important to continue to offer education and help incarcerated youth succeed.
Taking place in New York from May 10-13, the NYSAIEP conference is offering several workshops where attendees will receive valuable information and training that can be implemented in their education programs.
Not registered for the NYSAIEP conference yet? Register here!
PrepPath’s own Christy Williams is proud to be presenting at this year’s conference on Wednesday, May 11th. Her session, Expedite Successful Results on the High School Equivalency Exam, will show how to leverage technology to customize programs for students to better help them prepare for the high school equivalency exam. By tailoring programs to individual students, teachers are able to use their time more effectively and can support students better to ensure greater results. To learn how, please attend the session:
Expedite Successful Results on the High School Equivalency Exam
Wednesday, May 11th
We can’t wait to meet you and discuss any questions you may have around high school equivalency and supporting education.
To learn more about the NYSAIEP conference please visit http://www.nysaiep.org/2016-annual-conference-registration-form.html.