Edward Bohna says his job is just like that of any other principal. Except his students are maximum security inmates at SCI Fayette state prison. They’re serving time – some life sentences— for crimes ranging from armed robbery and assault to murder. Bohna leads a team of educators, who, along with other prison staff, work to prepare inmates for life outside. Inmates take GED classes and learn trades, all in the hope of being able to earn an honest living and support their families upon their release.