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I have a question.
My fiancee has been going to school for her hair dressing license; she has about 2 months before she graduates. A few weeks ago some people came to the school to evaluate it's teaching and accreditation and a few days ago the students found out the school failed and will no longer be accredited. The students will still graduate with their hairdressing license but no salon in the area will hire them because they've graduated from a non-accredited school with a bad reputation. The students have all wasted 10 months of their time and over $10,000 in tuition fees for an education they cannot use. They all now have to go to another school and waste another $10,000 and 10 months to get their proper education.
The students also found out the two teachers weren't even licensed to teach.
Is there a Canadian law to protect these students and help them with their school tuition fees and debt?
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