Gathering information concerning proprietary education starts with the students who have not made it through the process. These particular stories need to be understood and appreciated from the view point of passion, determination and understanding. Allowing the public or the reader to fully comprehend the information is the most important process to gathering the information and building credibility for the project as a whole.
Education is a very sensitive subject when certain individuals feel they have earned or been told one thing and sold another. To manage these emotions while conducting research is critical when establishing an unbiased point of view. There are only so many students left who are willing to take a chance on a for profit institution and even fewer who have made it through the process multiple times and can explain how they accomplished their mission.
[...] The narrative approach may be the best at gathering compassionate individuals to participate in your cause but may lack numbers and empirical evidence. Phenomenology Approach Concerning proprietary education the phenomenological approach may be the best at this point because so many individuals have committed themselves to this cause and come up short and the question is why? A potential starting point would be “what would it take for ex for profit students to co-ordinate their own effort against this cause”, anyone who has debt and no degree has a starting point if they feel they were undersold at a profit education center”, but there seems to be a lack of concern about the amount of debt students partake in, even the students themselves have no idea; this does not make it right to borrow funds to these students as loan providers. [...]
[...] It would allow the researcher to follow the entire process from beginning to end and hold individual leaders responsible throughout the entire process. A true amount of responsibility is lacking within the industry of proprietary education; there is a “military culture” within certain institutions and the overall reasons for this type of culture are unknown. Most profit” institutions are private and not publicly sold on the market concerning shareholders. The institutions that have went public did so out of greed and opportunity; they knew the industry was going to flat line and seized the opportunity to create an abundance of “cash flow” to sit on while the industry creates a true form of profit; which at this point one truly understands. [...]
[...] The best possible approach to tell the truth in an unbiased platform is the best possible research delivery for the project. Some students look at themselves as “gladiators” who have made it through a treacherous process and need to be left alone because of their victory; this outlook could not be more self –fish and heartless. Some of the only people a profit” student can feel important and educated within their presence is profit” graduates as a whole. References Creswell, J. [...]
[...] The “general idea” of proprietary underclassmen is an individual who may be going to school late in life. Some leaders may interpret this as get what you get and you do not make a meaning if you do not make it through our process you were applying yourself late; but we as an institution will allow you into our classrooms regardless because we have an open enrollment policy. When this is analyzed through profit” income it may be construed as manipulation. [...]
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