ACICS finally did the right thing and pulled AiLV’s accreditation. From the report on the ACICS website the finding prove that the conman’s inner circle of sycophants could not hack the jobs and duties required of them. Hey TW next time don’t k–l the gold goose who keep the school in compliance. Oh well, I landed on my feet, and my name is not mud in this town like yours is.
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@12DPzyRN-2acc The faculty who stayed behind are big hearted people who desperately cared about their students. I would only fault some for being too passive and not standing up to the lying campus operating manager. Most faculty stopped believing the lies from the conman and his “roommate”, after the infamous “whining and b—ing” email. The real fools are the administrators who have been carrying his water and a certain part time instructor whose name has been used in different media articles, to give some credibility after it was shown the conman has none. The real dumbs— are the journalists who did not dig deep enough to get the truth and did one sided stories personifying the conman into a mythical selfless hero, intend on saving the school for the sake of the students and faculty.
Wait, is this M Brown, I cant tell now. Well at least we are working now and getting paid.
It's amazing that the dumb–s "faculty" members (really volunteers) were banking on "backpay" after all this time, thinking that the receiver owed them something. Did they not get the receiver's job was to play traffic cop for creditors and payers without enough to go around, and employees of a company that doesn't even yet exist don't get a seat at a table? Seriously, what education can you expect from "educators" like this?
- What can they appeal? Too many of the qualified teachers are gone, the annual faculty development qualifications have not been updated or see to, there are no careers services staff, they enrolled new students when they were specifically told not to, (nice money grab there) and obviously the operations manager has no true financial backers.
- If the operations manager can't pay his teachers, I doubt he can pay the $10,000 fee to appeal. I'm so glad someone is putting an end to this mess.
The email from Dottore said he already closed the school once he found out the accreditation was suspended, which is confusing because the school is supposed to have until January 6 to appeal the suspension.
@12DPzyRN-1ofh 400 sounds like heaven lol AI VB probably has 230 students...250 at the MOST.
They just need to close this sh–. Periodt
Our campus student population is now below 400 and many of the current students aren't planning to stay. From what I understand, most of the other schools are in the same boat.
It's time to end all this.
I had no clue they were still open. Anyway, I think most of the campuses will be closed next year.