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He cares more about Safety than the average student.
Date: Sep 14 2012
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This is my second year in the aviation college. As others have said, take your money elsewhere. I had a terrible experience, and I am in the process of transferring to Embry-Riddle in Arizona. The problem is customer service and they keep forgetting that students are also customers who can leave at any time.
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commentBased on the writing service expert reports I read I can say that in Milwaukee WI, the traditional public schools are barely keeping their heads above water. Gov. Walker and the Republican legislature have cut millions from funding public schools state wide since 2010. Milwaukee has had "school choice" meaning vouchers and charters paid with public taxpayer funds for over twenty years. WI legislators and Gov. Walker have already passed legislation for "Special Needs Vouchers". This is the program where parents take the voucher to charters or vouchers to educate their special needs child. Results remain to be seen. Our legilature is now planning to pass legislation that gives parents vouchers to pay for their child's education. If this legislation should pass, what happens when a parent/students doesn't like the school that has already been given the voucher dollars? Currently in Milwaukee, the traditional public schools must take the student, but the funds remain with the charter or voucher where the student was initially enrolled. This has caused a tremendous funding shortage for the traditional public schools. We don't need charter or voucher program expanded without the major funding and accountability issues resolved.
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