How does hands-on skills training educational protocols correlate with life expectancy??
Do Inmates Need Educational Protocols?
What are hands-on skills? Skills training is in-demand, highly desirable skills such as hairstyling, dental assisting and commericial truck driving. These are examples of careers that enable the students/inmates to provide for themselves and their families. Hands-on skills have a strong correlation with decreased crime while simultaneously increasing life expectancy for everyone in society. Hands-on skills also ensure future economic sustainability and stability for a world that is dependent on hands-on skills for environmental sustainability.
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