Tayba’s educational philosophy centers on character reformation through spiritual and behavioral modification.
Using a unique curriculum and distance learning program, Tayba Foundation provides excellent educational opportunities for the incarcerated and those returning to private life. At Tayba, we envision a twofold purpose for educational programs, namely nurturing self-awareness and encouraging self-discovery and transformation through healthy choices.
Customization of Educational Services
Recognizing that the needs and aspirations of clients vary, Tayba aids each client in customizing learning tracks that fit the individual. Distance learning and traditional classroom options afford clients the opportunity to learn in their settings.
At Tayba, we believe that character reformation gives incarcerated clients and the formerly incarcerated the tools they need to successfully reintegrate into society following parole. Our curriculum integrates spiritual and behavioral modification into all course offerings, helping clients claim accountability for their actions.
The curriculum also takes an in-depth look at the criminal personality, encouraging understanding and change. To embrace a contributory role in society, the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated must grow in the emotional, spiritual, social, and intellectual domains. Our approach addresses these important domains.