This is from a March 2017 article, Ai was never of interest to Dream Center, “Ai will probably involve the most change” but no productive changes happened:
Schools that will retain their independent boards of trustees, staff and faculty as they become acquired by the Dream Center Foundation include South University, Argosy University and Western State College of Law at Argosy.
"South University is very well run and is a high quality institution as is Argosy and the law school," said Randall Barton, managing director of Dream Center Foundation. "The Art Institutes will probably involve the most change."
Those changes include hiring a new Art Institutes provost as well as program changes to respond to a recent federal warning. Ten of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh's programs failed a new federal test aimed at measuring whether their vocational programs' typical graduates make enough money to handle paying off student debt.
"Although nonprofits are not subject to gainful employment," Barton said, "we want every degree to lead to a good job."