Vita’s Executive Director Linda Wolfson, and Gail Huber, Vita’s Curriculum and Training Specialist, presented a workshop at the Corrections Education Association (CEA) Regional Conference on June 1st in Cape May, New Jersey. CEA is a professional organization for educators in adult and juvenile corrections settings. The topic of the presentation was “Developing Critical Thinking Skills for the Incarcerated Student.” The presentation was well received, with over 40 people in attendance. The workshop is based on Vita’s 45-year history of teaching its Decisions process to at-risk populations in a variety of criminal justice and community settings. Vita has developed unique, copyrighted Decisions curriculum materials for these populations. Click Here for more information about Vita’s Decisions products.