The Robert Janss School is a state-accredited Special Purpose school within Idaho prisons. The school offers basic education and general education diplomas.
The curriculum offers training for IDOC residents as a stepping stone for successful transition to community post secondary programs, job training programs or self sustaining jobs upon their release. The emphasis is on helping residents attain real and rewarding jobs, relevant credentials and postsecondary education.
The curriculum is comprised of four sections, called Education/Career Bridges. Education/Career Bridges One, Two and Three combine adult literacy, technology and workplace skills based on assessed resident needs. The goal of Education/Career Bridge Four is to link residents on probation and parole to community resources by providing transitional support with tutoring/career advisement and financial education.