I want to concur with the other two reports that I have read today. I am a recently graduated student, one of the very very few who did learn the curriculum. NONE of the other students in my class came close to the standard I set. (there were twelve) I challenged every teacher to give more assignments to do and, I still had the time to walk everyone else in my class through there assignments.
By the time I graduated the staff, including the morning shift, had changed so much that it was hard to believe that I was attending the same school. In the main office the only person who remained the same was the office manager (receptionist). I mean really, how would you feel if your school councilor changed every six to 10 weeks? Not only was it there job to council current students they had to meet a quota of getting students to sign up. They were fired or were just plain put through hell so they would quit.
The management director (the head cheese) changed three times in the seven and a half months I was there. The evening director of instruction changed twice and the morning director changed three times. How are you supposed to feel like you are getting an education if the top echelon doesn't even stick around? Two out of four of my teachers were hired right at the same time we switched to a new class. This is really hard because a new person doesn't even know the curriculum!!!! It feels like your teaching them. In career services they also had a complete turn around no one was the same?
You would think a career center would be available to help any student at any time. While I attended not only would they not help you they didn't even like talking to you. They were busy with the graduating class. Most classes aren't more than eight people. There are three classes a day and three people in career services. I could not understand why they could not help me too or anybody who might need it.
That is just the tip of the ice burg. The computers you learn on are so archaic the dinosaurs probably invented them. The server when down constantly and we could not access web sights to do our assignments. There were several assignments that we had to go to the library to get info because the sights we needed were blocked. Like sexual harassment, just one example it had sex in it so you could not look it up.
I did not elect to go to Phase II as I did not wish to through $15,000 down the toilet a second time. As the other people in my class three of them have moved on to the next phase most of the rest of us have decided to further our education else where.
There so many things I could complain about. I just don't think I got my moneys worth. I wish I could find help to sue these bastards to keep them from hurting more people. I hate the fact they pick on the poorest population. These are the people that need the help the most. I hope they fall into bankruptcy for all of the people they have put into outrageous debt.