The Last Mile is the first U.S. prison education program of its kind. Currently, our two flagship programs, web development training and audio/video production training, are offered in 16 facilities in seven states.
What are the infrastructure & personnel requirements to set up TLM in a prison?
What are the funding sources for a TLM program?
Each state has unique requirements and resources available to source funding. In general, a combination of private funds by corporate sponsors, charitable foundations, and state funds through grants are the most viable funding options.
How to Maintain Technology Security
The Last Mile system delivers educational content to incarcerated persons inside multiple secure prison facilities and allows access to administrative oversight and updates while maintaining strict security protocols.
How do you address the strict requirement that program participants are not permitted access to the internet?
The TLM system is designed to create a securely sandboxed area that delivers an Internet-like experience to locally support the learning management platform.
How long does it take to implement a TLM program?
The timelines differ from state to state. Each facility has different needs, requirements, assets, and space allocation.
Six months is the minimum lead time expected to launch TLM in a new facility.