Why California Cosmetology and Barbering Schools Should Continue Tracking Student Skills, Despite CA SB-805

Recently, California passed a bill permitting cosmetology and barbering schools to reduce their program length from 1,600 and 1,500 hours to 1,000 hours. They also eliminated practical exams and are no longer requiring hands-on skills tracking.  The bill was passed with good intentions. In theory, lowering the requirements will improve access to licenses and education,… Continue reading Why California Cosmetology and Barbering Schools Should Continue Tracking Student Skills, Despite CA SB-805

Why Proprietary Schools Need To Protect Themselves With Data Yesterday

To remain in compliance, proprietary schools must prepare for an increasing level of scrutiny by tracking and documenting data more thoroughly than ever before.    Proprietary schools have recently begun facing increased government scrutiny in what Career Colleges and Universities president Jason Altmire calls a “coordinated effort” by multiple government entities.  The Federal Trade Commission… Continue reading Why Proprietary Schools Need To Protect Themselves With Data Yesterday