Cooking classes can help inmates lead better lives

To qualify, an inmate must be a minimum security risk and have no history of violence


By Bethany Bump
The Daily Gazette

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — This was one of their times to pause and catch up, as the sauce was nearly prepped and the chicken still had a way to go.

The five women grabbed their notebooks from the kitchen counter of the Schenectady County Jail and prepared to write.

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