It’s funny what number of political specialists don’t take Trump significantly. He may win the nomination, but I assume it’s a lengthy shot.
Thanks to your variety feedback, Tom. As you may probably see, it’s a subject I really feel very strongly about. In reality, in a spherical about method, it is what brought me to Hubpages. Education in America is just too important to be left as much as likelihood. With idiotic practices like these going on, it’s no surprise our children are falling behind.
Most of such vocational colleges are just cash spinning commercial ventures with no one to supervise their activities, much to the woe of gullible college students and their struggling mother and father. Fortunately, public debates on TV and different media are actually being aired and the Minister accountable for Education appears to be eager to implement some enchancment.
All viewpoints are welcome here, but I actually can not agree that career faculties are being held to the next normal. It appears that you are an employee of Delta Career Education Company, a contracted supplier of some service there,say….public relations or an employee/board member of the Ohio Board of Career Colleges….or their quasi board member sidekicks, the Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools (OACCS). That’s no drawback, we admire the opportunity to debate your comment.
Having been an teacher at Unitech Training Academy headquartered in Lafayette Louisiana, I feel horrible about what happened to a number of my college students. I am a retired RN and I taught ECG/Phlebotomy programs which they charged just under $10,000 for. I know that I gave them a superb educational experience, so it isn’t that which was the issue. My guess is that there could also be-at most-two or three hundred phlebotomists and ECG tech’s employeed within the Lafayette area. That estimate could also be excessive, but it surely’s actually not low!