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Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) from the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines, Michael Klecheski, Visited College Education Behind Bars with the head of the Dangerous Drug Board (DDB), Secretary Catalino Cuy.
Dr. Collins taught Social Entrepreneurship Course at the College Education behind Bars inside Davao city Jail.
Officials break ground at site of new College Education Behind Bars’s Campus at the Davao Prison and Penal Farm, which is set for completion in 2019.
The Department of Education and NGOs give a boost to prison education.
Social Entrepreneurship Technology and Business Institute (SETBI) Co-Host First Int’l Conference on Higher Education Inside Prison.
MCI conducts its Seventh Eye Care Outreach.
A fourth Tools For Schools has been completed at the Davao City Jail in March, 2018.
The Datu Bago Awards 2018 was held March 13,
Commission on Higher Education Department and Social Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Business Sign a Memorandum of Understanding on College Education Behind Bars (CEBB) Nationwide Expansion
Dr. Mizell addresses Philippines Councilor’s League’s 3rd Quarterly meeting.
Dr. Mizell receives prison education award.
Dr. Mizell describes how inmates can benefit from education in Freedom Through Education.
MCI's tutors recognised for their help with the Alternative Delivery Mode students.
A Memorandum of Agreement has been signed that allows men and women in prison to complete a college degree inside the jail.