The Justice Education Initiative currently facilitates Inside-Out courses at the California Rehabilitation Center, with hopes of expanding these classes to other carceral facilities in the near future. These courses are taught in prison by faculty from the Claremont Colleges, and taken by both “outside” college students and “inside” incarcerated individuals in a shared learning environment. The unique dialectical format of these classes fosters a particularly rich and powerful learning experience: both deepening understanding across all manner of differences, and often galvanizing mutual transformation for all involved.
While registration for spring 2021 courses has been closed, keep an eye out for summer 2021 course and registration information here.
For spring 2021 Justice Education Inside-Out course offerings and descriptions, please click here.
For fall 2020 Justice Education Inside-Out course offerings and descriptions, please click here.
For a list of all previous Justice Education Inside-Out course offerings, please click here.
For faculty interested in teaching an Inside-Out course or learning more about the training and preparation process, please click here.