Video: 31 Days, 31 Ways: Fewer Classes for Incarcerated Texans
DAY 23 of our month-long series on the effects of new state laws and budget cuts: The state's prison education system, known as the Windham School District, eliminates or reduces classes for inmates.
Throughout August, the Tribune is featuring 31 ways Texans' lives will change come Sept. 1, the date most bills passed by the Legislature take effect. DAY 23: The state's prison education system, known as the Windham School District, eliminates or reduces classes for inmates.
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