Thread regarding Dream Center Education Holdings, LLC (DCEH) layoffs

A Standout in Chutzpah! Go Dogs!

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"Also SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) have said they would work with any graphic design and interior design students. I received an email from one of the professors at my school and he set up a phone interview where the representative, my professor, and I talked about my course work and transferring to SCAD. I got accepted!!! I am going to specialize in federal and institutional interior design. Thanks to my professor at Nevada. Thank you so much!!!!!!!"

***More recently, questions have been raised about the unusual pay packages granted to SCAD's president, Paula Wallace and her family. Paula Wallace received $9.6 million in compensation in 2014, and 13 members of her family have received $60 million over the past 20 years. Additionally, the American Association of University Professors places SCAD on its list of censured institutions over SCAD's treatment of its professors.[35] WIKI.

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That's why it is SOOOOOOOOO expensive.

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SCAD sounds like a skin disease or worse. Probably worse.

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Controversies[edit source]

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, a rash of faculty s---c-des prompted a nervous reaction from school administrators. The unrest led a competing art school to open downtown, igniting an "all-out war."[32]

Student unrest grew in the early 1990s regarding student representation within the school, culminating in 1992 with the detonation of an explosive device at the administration building, and two more later that year, at the Savannah Civic Center.[33]

In 2014, publicist Bobby Zarem was fired from the SCAD-run Savannah Film Festival for being a whistleblower on campus s-xual assault. Zarem alleged that four women informed him they were assaulted on campus, and that school president Paula Wallace launched a cover-up of these incidents.[34]

More recently, questions have been raised about the unusual pay packages granted to SCAD's president, Paula Wallace and her family. Paula Wallace received $9.6 million in compensation in 2014, and 13 members of her family have received $60 million over the past 20 years. Additionally, the American Association of University Professors places SCAD on its list of censured institutions over SCAD's treatment of its professors.[35]

The school has come under fire for its unusual rate of student deaths. Three have occurred since the beginning of the 2018 academic year, with two of them being s---c-des.[36]

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SCAD also has a layoff site.

https://www.thelayoff.com/scad

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More on SCAD from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The author states that "even though SCAD is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization, it seems to operate more like a private business with an overarching goal: to reward Wallace with wealth and fame."

https://www.ajc.com/news/special-reports/how-scad-sells-dream/VVfRSVilHliyrTe9LAd5hN/

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