Questions concerning its content may be directed by e mail to ServiceCentre@ or phone 1800 816 057. In spite of the negativity, I do consider that vocational education does have its place in greater education. I get mail on a regular basis from college students which have been burned by Delta Career Education Corp, who runs ACR. I say copy and paste all of this to them and to the Ohio State board of Colleges.
I suggest that the Department of Education at their web site provide this similar data in a convenient location to the scholar. Unfortunately, for the scholars, the federal Division of Education – as well as the person states’ regulating boards – have allowed these colleges to proliferate unchecked.
It appears that you’re an employee of Delta Career Education Firm, a contracted supplier of some service there,say….public relations or an employee/board member of the Ohio Board of Profession Colleges….or their quasi board member sidekicks, the Ohio Association of Career Schools and Faculties (OACCS).
The unique Miami-Jacobs Career College, identified till not too long ago as the Miami-Jacobs Business School since 1904, is situated in downtown Dayton, Ohio. Happily, public debates on TV and other media are now being aired and the Minister in control of Education appears to be eager to implement some enchancment.
Delta Career Education did at the very least allow the current college students of those previously poorly run schools to complete their degree, as a result of conditions would have been even worse for the students if they just received eliminated. To comment about among the different points brought up, a judge in the state of Ohio ruled that the Ohio Board of Nursing mishandled the revocation of approval for the Miami-Jacobs nursing program.