Tayba Foundation is dedicated to providing education for the incarcerated with our unique curriculum and exclusive distance learning program.
The purpose of our educational programs are to develop self-awareness and the ability to make good judgements through a process of self-discovery and transformation.
Tayba develops programs, or utilizes existing programs, that center around these themes. Tayba aids the student by customizing learning tracks that fit their needs and give them the tools that they need to be in control of their own transformation.
Tayba has developed an exclusive curriculum and distance learning program for current and formerly incarcerated men and women. The curriculum focuses on character reformation through spiritual and behavioral modification.
Tayba’s educational philosophy is based on the belief that character reformation is the key to not only working with current or formerly incarcerated men and women, but also to their eventual release and reintegration into the greater society.
Tayba’s curriculum incorporates a significant amount of spiritual and behavioral modification geared towards developing qualities which increase accountability for actions. These components of our curriculum are thoroughly reinforced throughout all courses. One of the primary areas of focus is understanding and changing the criminal personality. To inherit their contributory role in society, the incarcerated must develop emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and socially. Tayba’s curriculum offers a methodical development in all of the following phases:
- Sound spiritual knowledge
- Realization of the prisoner’s experience
- Recognition of the security concern in dealing with prisoners