Culinary school grads claim they were ripped off

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  • MyChildrensKeeper Kearns, UT
    Sept. 5, 2011 5:58 a.m.

    I don't think they really have anything to complain about. Deception is a major means of enrolling students and its worse since the government recognizes them as part of a national 'educate the people' lie.

    These specialty training schools have always had this problem of job placement and its never a promise or guarantee and they clearly spell that out when enrolling students. The American dream has been overrated and now a lie as we no longer have the possiblity of prosperity at a national level. The American dream has never been about education level.

    The U.S. might have the highest ratio of degrees/non degree citizens but no jobs around. Students in colleges are easily deceived so schools can get the federal dollars and loans students take out. BTW, today's college degree is equal to a high school degree of the 1960's or older education levels. Not something that education in the United States should be proud of.

  • EJM Herriman, UT
    Sept. 4, 2011 9:08 p.m.

    I wonder if a certain Utah State senator might be in on this. Privatizing education is a goal of this particular individual.

  • Brian Wasilla, AK
    Sept. 4, 2011 5:00 p.m.

    It's not just culinary schools and "For profit colleges". There's more fraud committed in the name of education then all the used car lots in the country put together and multiplied by twenty!