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Manager, Offender Learning and Skills, New College Lanarkshire The article describes the development of a project-based approach to learning in seven Scottish prisons. It argues that the project-based approach is ideally suited to prison education due to its flexibility and ability to enrich the relatively narrow prison curriculum and create meaningful links with wider society, reducing the isolation of prisoners. The approach also empowers staff and encourages interdisciplinary working. Thedoi:10.18546/lre.12.2.05 fatcat:7ejq5wurvncxvjvxbnj3mlojwq