If not for AiO, AiP would have closed when they sold the building. Most full-time faculty at AiP were let go years ago. For those who have been with Ai for a while, AiP Online Division was “Ai Online” originally, no reason it cannot go back to it. Accrediting bodies no longer care if a school is fully online and AiO no longer needs to be a “division” of another school.
If AiO programs are not quality that falls on the online dean, her crew (who focus on attendance and look not quality), curriculum developers and instructional designers and a lack of professional input (faculty are hired to write courses). It is a canned set of programs, faculty go by videos and lectures in a course (there is no teaching by faculty) and grading is from a predesigned rubric that mainly notes if assignments were turned in on time and if the pieces are there, not on creativity or talent.
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