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  • Education Justice Project wins prize for innovative prison ESL class

    Volunteers from the U. of I. pose at Danville Correctional Center with the Education Justice Project students they trained to teach ESL to other prisoners. The program, called Language Partners, was proposed by EJP student Jose Ramn Cabrales, second from the left in the back row.

    Volunteers from the U. of I. pose at Danville Correctional Center with the Education Justice Project students they trained to teach ESL to other prisoners. The program, called Language Partners, was proposed by EJP student Jose Ramn Cabrales, second from the left in the back row.

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      Volunteers from the U. of I. pose at Danville Correctional Center with the Education Justice Project students they trained to teach ESL to other prisoners. The program, called Language Partners, was proposed by EJP student Jose Ramn Cabrales, second from the left in the back row.

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      EJP student Rafael Cortez, left, helps fellow prisoner Victor Quintero learn English.

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