2nd Second Chance School of Larisa

Equipment
Part of the Education in Prisons Program.

The grant to the 2nd Second Chance School of Larisa includes the purchase of electronic equipment, dictionaries and software.

The 2nd Second Chance School of Larisa was the first Second Chance School to operate within a prison on a trial scheme in 2004. The number of graduates increased from 50 in 2005 to 72 in 2011. Following its successful development, the Ministry of Education decided to approve the founding of other similar schools. Regarding the school’s educational activities, these can be broken down into 5 different categories: events outside the prison’s premises, creative projects, cultural events, informative seminars and sports events.