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Check out this rare glimpse inside of San Quentin state prison (filmed and reported by the BBC) where a select group of inmates are learning how to code.

San Quentin state prison in California has begun a ground-breaking program to teach prisoners how to code.

Eighteen inmates have been selected to take part in a six month course which teaches them essential web coding languages and aims to make them more employable when they leave prison.

The BBC’s North America Technology Correspondent Richard Taylor reports.

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San Quentin Prisoners Learning to Code

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2 Responses to Learning new skills – The prisoners trying to code their way to a better life

  1. avatar Pam Wade says:

    This is great, thanks for posting it. It’s inspiring to see how many varied ways there are to help one another, presenting useful skills for living a productive, satisfying life, appreciating and being appreciated.

  2. avatar Kristy says:

    Thank you for sharing this ‘healing’ of once lost lives who now feel that they have a life worth saving and a future worth living.

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