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How do I go about reporting a school that needs to be put on Academic probation?
Not Proofing the curriculum materials prior to teaching students with it.



Jumping into new software packages that even the instructor do not know how to use, before trying to teach them to students.



Jamming extremely hard courses together and trying to teach them in 9 weeks and both of the courses require a certification test to be license and no such license is offered by the school or the availability of the tests to obtain the Cert.



Charging for a nine week course, which for all intent and purpose is eight and a half or eight week course.



Not correcting the problems when brought to their attention.



Not having a standard set of guidelines for all including the so called professor's.



Not having a standardized sequence of courses, rather they jump all over the place. This is to insure they get the max money for the majors before teaching the general subjects.



Not having a Dean of the College, but rather a whole bunch of Directors and not much in the way of co-ordination between.



Numerous changes in student adviser's from the start to end.



I could continue, but I want to know how to bring formal charges to the board.

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Asked by gopher431 Tuesday Oct 20th 2009 in Standards & Testing
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Academic probation occurs if a student is not meeting the conditions established by a university. Each college has their own set probation criteria based on state guidelines. I donít think that you can report a university for academic probation.

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