PSI Probation has established a literacy program for probationers that will emphasize instructional reading for those with reading deficiencies, a pressÂ releaseÂ said.
In addition, PSI is going to help any probationers who want to earn a high school diploma through a GED program. That help is being offered at the request of Anderson County General Sessions Court Judge Don A. Layton, a press release said.
Through its owner Tim Cook,Â PSI has said that his company will pay the testing costs for any probationer who successfully completes studies for the GED, the release said.
â€œI wish to thank PSI for their willingness to include this literacy program in their rehabilitative protocols,” Layton said.Â “This will provide probationers seeking a GED the financial resources to pay for the testing to obtain their high school diploma.â€
Anyone interested in either of the programs as a participant or volunteer may contact:
1710 Oak Ridge Highway
Clinton, TN 37716