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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS The Role of the Commission 1 Executive Summary 2 Commission Meetings 13 Commission Members 14 Commission Staff 16 Annual Licenses Sent 18 Extensions of Annual Licenses 35 Institutions That Hold Licensure by Means of Accreditation 39 Institutions Receiving a Provisional License 55 Institutional Name Changes Reported 61 Onsite Visit Reports 65 Institutions Reported as Closed 92 Student Records Retained by the Commission Legislative Summary 97 Disciplinary Actions Reported 102

3 THE ROLE OF THE COMMISSION FOR INDEPENDENT EDUCATION To serve as a consumer protection agency By protecting the individual student By promoting accountability at the independent postsecondary level To protect the integrity of these institutions By assuring that certain standards are met To encourage independent institutions to offer programs that meet the needs of Florida citizens Ø 1

4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Commission s Role in Implementing the Goals of the State Board of Education Seamless articulation and maximum access The Office of the Executive Director of the Commission for Independent Education (Commission) completed the review of 289 applications for Annual License renewal, and the annual review of 303 License by Means of Accreditation (LBMA) applications, for nondegree and degree-granting institutions during the fiscal year. The Commission also processed 61 applications for Extension of Annual License. Fifty-four (54) institutions received their first Annual License and 12 accredited institutions were granted their first LBMA. Additionally, the Commission received 216 applications for Annual License renewal, 25 applications for Extension of Annual License, 50 applications for first Annual License, 166 LBMA annual reviews, and 12 applications for first LBMA that were not completed during this fiscal year because all of the conditions for licensure had not been met. Fifty-eight (58) new institutional applications for a Provisional License were reviewed and submitted to the Commission during the fiscal year and these institutions subsequently received a Provisional License. In addition, 72 applications for a Provisional License were reviewed but were not placed on a Commission agenda during this fiscal year because all of the conditions for approval had not been met. Commission staff also reviewed applications from collegiate institutions to create branch campuses. The applications for two branch campuses were reviewed and approved by the Commission and there were no applications for branch campuses that had not been completed during this fiscal year because all of the conditions for approval had not been met. 2

5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued During the fiscal year, 63 licensed institutions were reported as closed and 20 licensed institutions were approved for a Change of Ownership/Change of Control. At the close of the fiscal year, a total of 23 institutions were still working on fulfilling contingencies in order to have their Change of Ownership/Change of Control approved. The Commission approved applications for 230 new program offerings and approved 17 modifications to existing programs during this fiscal year. In addition, the Commission s staff members reviewed 711 new program applications submitted by LBMA institutions. At the close of the fiscal year, there were 129 applications for new programs, 10 modifications to existing programs, and 349 new LBMA programs that were not completed because all of the conditions for approval had not been met. Four hundred thirty-six (436) degree-granting institutions are under the jurisdiction of the Commission. The total reported enrollment for the degree programs during FY (the last complete reporting period) was 221,211 with 56,409 reported graduates. Currently, 356 (82%) of these degree-granting institutions are accredited by one or more regional or national accrediting agencies. [NOTE Some of these 436 institutions offer both non-degree and degree programs] A total of 582 licensed institutions offer only non-degree programs. The reported enrollment for all non-degree programs was 65,945, with 38,912 reported graduates. Of these graduates, 28,642 (74%) were placed in jobs, joined the military, or are continuing their education at an institution of higher learning. Currently, 169 (29%) of the licensed, non-degree institutions are accredited by one or more regional or national accrediting agencies. 3

6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued The following chart illustrates the number of degree-granting institutions and non-degree schools licensed by the Commission for Independent Education during the last five fiscal years. 600 Non-degree and Degree-granting Institutions Non-degree Degree-granting Skilled workforce and economic development The Commission has been sharing institution licensure information with staff members from the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs Bureau of State Approving for Veteran s Training, the Department of State s Division of Corporations, and the Department of Education s Office of Student Financial Assistance. These exchanges are part of an ongoing effort by the Commission staff to become more involved with any agency that may have an impact on the Commission and the institutions under its jurisdiction. 4

7 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued For the twenty-third year, Commission staff worked with the Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) to track the placement of graduates of independent nondegree and degree-granting institutions. This fiscal year, 42 nondegree institutions and 98 degree-granting institutions agreed to voluntarily participate in this data collection effort. The participating institutions submitted graduate data via the Commission s FETPIP Data Collection Web Page. These institutions submitted information on a total of 39,362 students who graduated during the previous fiscal year ( ). This spring, FETPIP attempted to match the student records with employment data in order to verify each graduate s employment status and occupational industry. A report of this information, aggregated on a program-by-program basis, will be sent in December 2014 to each participating institution. Commission staff members continue to supply data regarding independent colleges and universities (and their degree-based programs of study) to the Florida Virtual Campus website (http://www.flvc.org). This site supplies an online computer software application that is used by students throughout Florida to plan for, and to monitor the progress of, their postsecondary education at participating Florida institutions. The Commission annually supplies information about all licensed degree-granting institutions to the Department of Education for listing in the Florida Counseling for Future Education Handbook. The Commission has submitted data concerning licensed institutions and the programs they offer to the Department for Economic Opportunity. These data are to be included in the Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). The ETPL is used by Regional Workforce Development Boards to determine which institutions offer training programs that lead to the occupations that are contained within each Regional Demand Occupations List. 5

8 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued Commission staff members work with the DOE s Community College and Technical Center MIS staff to continuously update the common set of Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) codes used by Florida s public and nonpublic postsecondary education sectors. This taxonomy allows programmatic offerings from both the public and private vocational education sectors to share common CIP codes and CIP titles, where possible, and to have distinct CIP codes and CIP titles when necessary. In addition, each of these programs is linked to an occupational outcome using the codes found in the Standard Occupational Classification Manual. These linkages are used by the Department of Economic Opportunity and the Regional Workforce Development Boards to identify which institutions offer training programs that lead to occupations included on each Regional Demand Occupations List. The Commission staff has been meeting with staff members from the state agencies that are responsible for the licensure of individuals who enter certain professions. Since institutions under the Commission s jurisdiction offer many of these programs of study, the Commission continues to exchange data with these other agencies in an attempt to develop uniformity between the standards that govern the licensing of institutions, the regulations for licensing professionals, and the rules governing the practice of a profession. Some of these regulatory groups are: The Florida Department of Health s Board of Acupuncture, Board of Massage Therapy, Board of Nursing, Board of Dentistry, Board of Pharmacy, the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, the Florida Council of Licensed Midwifery, and the Electrolysis Council; the Department of Business and Professional Regulation s Board of Cosmetology; the Department of State s Bureau of Licensing; and the Department of Transportation. 6

9 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued Quality efficient services Records All applications, forms, correspondence, and other materials submitted to the Commission are considered public record under the Public Records Law. These documents are available to the public at the Commission office located at 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414, Tallahassee, Florida The retention schedule for these records is three (3) years. In addition, student records from closed institutions are permanently stored (in electronic form) at the Commission s office. Annual Report Section , Florida Statutes, requires the Commission for Independent Education to prepare an Annual Report of its activities. This report is sent to the Commissioner of Education for submission to the State Board of Education. Additional copies are submitted to the Governor, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the President of the Senate, the Minority Leader of the Senate, and the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives. Meetings The Commission meets bimonthly, usually in the months of January, March, May, July, September, and November. All meetings of the Commission, and any of its committees, are open to the public. Advance notice of these meetings is always given through the Florida Administrative Weekly. The Commission maintains official minutes of its proceedings, an audio tape recording of every meeting, and has a video record of the meetings that are webcast. 7

10 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued Each Commission member receives the meeting agenda before each meeting as an automated document (on CD). The CD contains links to images of all of the documentation pertaining to each agenda item. This automated agenda also allows each Commission member to enter comments, for future reference, directly onto their copy of the electronic document. The Commission conducted the first webcast of a Commission Meeting in March The Commission has now webcast all of the regular meetings since the beginning of the fiscal year and is planning to continue to webcast all of the Commission meetings during the fiscal year. Institutional Database In accordance with section (1)(i), Florida Statutes, the Commission shall serve as the central agency for the collection and distribution of current information regarding the institutions under its jurisdiction. These data may include, but are not limited to, information such as: the institution s administration; the length of all programs; student costs; student enrollment; number of graduates and graduate placement (in accordance with section 6E-2.004(10)(e), Florida Administrative Code); student demographics; the date of licensure and next annual license renewal; and the institution s street address and phone number. Other information is collected in response to specific needs or inquiries. All of these data have been incorporated into the Commission s Information Management System (CIMS). The design elements of the CIMS have now expanded to include all the various systems that the Commission uses to manage and present information. These systems include the Commission s database, website (www.fldoe.org/cie/), and automated agenda. In addition the Commission employs automated messaging (including videos), electronic presentations (i.e. PowerPoint), and the coordinated development of office processes and procedures to support the automated data management system. 8

11 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued On-site Visitations The CIMS continues to be used to schedule all of the Commission s on-site visits to licensed institutions. As on-site visits are requested by the Commission, an interface with the Google Earth software application is used to locate any other licensed institutions in the selected area. The requisite information for all institutions that are selected for an on-site visit is then transmitted, via the Internet, to the Commission s Institution Evaluators in the field. Commission for Independent Education s staff members conducted 644 on-site visitations to schools, colleges, and universities under the Commission s jurisdiction during the fiscal year. These visits were carried out to evaluate an institution in terms of physical facilities, student records and student record storage, on-site equipment and supplies, instructional and administrative personnel, the institution s catalog and student contract, class schedules, academic programs, tuition charges, placement and counseling services, agents licenses, faculty qualifications, and advertising policies. Consumer Services Commission staff members received over 1,000 calls per month on the toll-free phone line from individuals seeking information about nonpublic postsecondary educational institutions in Florida. The Commission investigates complaints about institutions under its authority in order to ascertain whether or not legitimate deficiencies exist. All allegations that are received by the Commission concerning any of these issues are referred to the Consumer and Compliance Services Section in order to ascertain if there has been a violation of the Commission Rules or of pertinent sections of the Florida Statutes. 9

12 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued During the fiscal year, 341 consumer complaints were received in the Commission s office. These complaints can be grouped in the following areas: 5 - institutional advertising; 91 - academic matters; 37 - tuition, refunds and other costs; and personal problems Complaints Tuition Academic Personal Advertising The Commission also sent 36 Letters of Noncompliance to entities that appeared to be operating a school or college without a license. Each organization that is contacted is expected to cease the cited activity, and to apply for and obtain a Provisional License from the Commission, if it cannot show that its activities legitimately fall outside the Commission s jurisdiction. 10

13 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued Annual Budget An annual budget must be approved by the Commission and submitted to the Legislature by the Florida Department of Education. The budget allocation was $3,875, for the fiscal year. The following figures enumerate the allocations and expenditures, by category, for the Commission for Independent Education s Institutional Assessment Trust Fund. Allocations for FY Annual Budget by Category Salaries $2,374, Other Personal Services $ 96, Expenses $ 774, Operating Capital Outlay $ 16, Special Items $ 613, (contracted services/ data processing, refunds, etc.) Total $3,875, Expenditures for FY Salaries $2,125, Other Personal Services $ 96, Expenses $ 380, Operating Capital Outlay $ 0.00 Special Items $ 429, (contracted services/ data processing, refunds, etc.) Total $3,031,

14 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...continued Revenue vs Expenditures for Revenue Expenditures This year s expenditures ($3,031,938.17) were paid by the revenue that is collected from licensed institutions for licensure fees, program additions, program modifications, agent fees, late fees, other fees, and fines. At the time of publication, $3,648, has been received from all of these revenue sources and was deposited into the Institutional Assessment Trust Fund. As part of the total revenue collected, there was also $233, received in Student Protection fees, from the non-degree schools, which was deposited into the Student Protection Trust Fund. Note - The most current data were used at the time of publication. Because of time constraints related to the date of publication, the figures used in this report may not represent the entire fiscal year. Ø 12

15 COMMISSION MEETINGS The Commission for Independent Education meetings were held at the following locations during the fiscal year: July 16, 2013 January 8, 2014 Marriott Lake Mary Mission Inn Resort & Club 1501 International Parkway County Road 48 Lake Mary, Florida Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida September 10, 2013 March 27, 2014 Mission Inn Resort & Club Mission Inn Resort & Club County Road County Road 48 Howey-In-The-Hills, Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida, Florida November 20, 2013 May 29, 2014 Mission Inn Resort & Club Mission Inn Resort & Club County Road County Road 48 Howey-In-The-Hills, Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida Florida Ø 13

16 COMMISSION MEMBERS From July 1, 2013 until May 29, 2014, the following individuals served as members of the Commission for Independent Education: Nancy Bradley, Chair Lynn Mulherin, Vice-Chair Daytona College University of Phoenix 415 South Nova Road 2290 Lucien Way Ormond Beach, Florida Suite 100 (386) Maitland, Florida (407) Peter Crocitto, Chair Emeritus Sam Lauff Keiser Collegiate System Community Education 1900 West Commercial Blvd Southeast 72 nd Avenue Suite 180 Ocala, Florida Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (352) (954) Ernesto Perez * Levi Williams, Esq. Dade Medical College Law Offices of Levi Williams, P.A Northwest 7 th Street 600 South Andrews Avenue, Florida Suite 600 (305) Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (954) Dr. Gene A. Youngblood Conservative Theological University Old St. Augustine Road, Florida (904) * Resigned October

17 COMMISSION MEMBERS.continued From May 29, 2014 until June 30, 2014, the following individuals served as members of the Commission for Independent Education: Nancy Bradley, Chair Lynn Mulherin, Vice-Chair Daytona College University of Phoenix 415 South Nova Road 2290 Lucien Way Ormond Beach, Florida Suite 100 (386) Maitland, Florida (407) Peter Crocitto, Chair Emeritus Illa Y. Matos, Ed.D Keiser Collegiate System Southern Technical College 1900 West Commercial Blvd North Dean Road Suite 180, Florida Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (407) (954) Doug Wagner Levi Williams, Esq. Manatee County School District Law Offices of Levi Williams, P.A rd Avenue E 600 South Andrews Avenue Bradenton, Florida Suite 600 (941) Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (954) Dr. Gene A. Youngblood Conservative Theological University Old St. Augustine Road, Florida (904) Ø 15

18 COMMISSION STAFF Executive Director Assistant Executive Director Administrative Assistant I Educational Policy Analyst Office Automation Specialist I Operations and Program Manager Program Specialist II Program Specialist IV Program Specialist Supervisor I Samuel L. Ferguson Rhesa Rudolph Amy Lefstead Susan Hood Max Ketterman Barbara Davis Joey Smith Shun Brown Sara Collins Mary Cook Brandon Eldridge Tammy Fish Mary Hamm-Ritacco Stephanie Hood Sam Humphries Brady Lyon Cheryl Miller Monica Muldrow-Brooks Ann Poppell Marybell Serrano Deborah Wagar Heather Wilkinson Michael Santoro 16

19 COMMISSION STAFF...continued Program Specialist Supervisor II Regulatory Specialist I Senior Consumer Service Analyst Charles Deal Sonia Browning Bloneva Dickson Chris DiSlavo Suzanne Houchins Charnettee Jackson Carol Roland Eyvonne Broughton Telephone Number Toll-Free Complaint Line for All Staff Members (888) (850) Fax Numbers (850) (850) Web Site Mailing Address (Regular and Overnight Delivery) Commission for Independent Education 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414 Tallahassee, Florida Ø 17

20 ANNUAL LICENSES SENT The Commission, through the Office of the Executive Director, monitors the activities of each licensed school, college and university. One way the Commission accomplishes this is through the examination of each non-degree or degree-granting institution s application for a first Annual License or a renewal of Annual License. These reviews monitor information pertaining to any changes in the program offerings and curriculum, cost of tuition, institutional policies, institutional administration, institutional ownership and control, administrative staff, and instructional personnel. These schools, colleges and universities provide annual information that pertains to enrollment, withdrawals, and graduates for each program of study. Licensed institutions also supply statistical data on the composition of the student population. Any licensed school that offers non-degree programs is required to submit Student Protection Fund fees. In addition, Commission staff members annually review any financial documents that are required, the applicable contracts/enrollment agreements, and the institutional catalogs. Two hundred eight-nine (289) non-degree schools and degreegranting colleges and universities completed a review of Annual License during the fiscal year. There were also 54 institutions that received their first Annual License during this time period. Two hundred sixteen (216) reviews of Annual License and 50 applications for first Annual License were received but were not completed during this fiscal year due to deficiencies in the institution s submission. NOTE: A listing for a degree-granting institution may include multiple campuses of that institution. 18

21 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued 5 Star Training Center North Beach A Beauty School of, Inc. A-1 Healthcare Academy, Inc. New Port Richey AAA School of Dental Assisting, Inc. Sanford Ability Career Institute Port St. Lucie Academy of Beauty and Business St. Petersburg Academy of Career Training Deltona Academy of Cosmetic Arts and Sciences Boca Raton Ace of Spades Casino Training, Inc. Hialeah Active Health Institute, Inc. Adolfo Ibanez School of Management, Inc. Adonais Beauty School Palm Bay Advanced Custom Training Sarasota Advanced Health Care Institute Plantation Aguilas International Medical Institute Alexis Institute Gardens All Saints Vocational School, Inc. All State Home Health Institute Plantation Alpha Institute Port St. Lucie American Academy of Clinical Sexologists American College of Brazilian Studies American Home Inspectors Training Institute, Ltd., Inc. Coconut Creek American Institute of Beauty, Inc. St. Petersburg 19

22 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued American Institute of Diamond Cutting, Inc. American Medical and Dental Institute American Red Cross Training Center American University of Leadership American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine Argosy University Argosy University Artistic Nails & Beauty Academy Asbury Theological Seminary Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine, Inc. Atlantis University Ave Maria School of Law Aveda Institute - Aveda Institute - Bay Aviator College of Aeronautical Science & Technology Azure College Azure College Azure College Beachside School of Massage and Beauty Beauty Academy of South Florida Beauty Anatomy Institute of Cosmetology and Wellness Deerfield Beach Sarasota Coral Gables Sarasota Lakeland Ft. Lauderdale Naples Clearwater Ft. Pierce Boca Raton Gardens Sebring Ft. Walton Beach Pompano Beach 20

23 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued Beauty Career Center Beauty School of Skin & Nails Bellasa Professional Institute Bellasa Professional Institute (East Hallendale Beach Blvd.) Bene's International School of Beauty - Spring Hill Bethesda College of Health Sciences BizTech Career Centers Blue Ribbon Investigative Institute Boca Beauty Academy, LLC Boca Ta-2 School of Permanent Makeup Capscare Academy for Healthcare Education Career Tech Caregivers of Broward Training Institute Carleen Home Health School, Inc. Casel Healthcare Training Center Cashmere Academy of Pet Grooming CENSA Institute Center for Career Training Center For Neurosomatic Studies Center for Professional Training and Development, Inc. Kissimmee Hallandale Hallandale Spring Hill Boynton Beach Clearwater Ocala Boca Raton Williston Lake Worth Lakeland Oakland Park Lauderhill Melbourne Melbourne Hialeah Lauderdale Lakes Clearwater 21

24 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued Center for Professional Training and Development, Inc. Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, Inc. Chaim Yakov Shlomo College of Jewish Studies Chamberlain College of Nursing Charles F. Chapman School of Seamanship, Inc. Christian International College Cindy Cassady School of Electrology, Health and Beauty Cindy Lee's Facial and Nail Institute, Inc. Clara White Mission Training Center Cloud Nine Beauty School College of Marine Mammal Professions Commonsense Childbirth School of Midwifery Concorde Career Institute Connecticut School of Broadcasting Connecticut School of Broadcasting Connecticut School of Broadcasting Connecticut School of Broadcasting Winter Park Surfside Stuart Largo Pensacola Daytona Beach Avon Park Grassy Key Winter Garden Doral Palm Beach Gardens 22

25 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued Coral Springs Fire Department Training Academy CSI Academy of Florida Dade Institute of Technology Dental Careers of Central Florida Dive Professionals Instructor Institute Doral College Doxa International University DrupalEasy Academy Eastern Academy of Scuba Education Easy Hair Beauty and Barber School Elise Esthetics Institute Elite Bartending School and Event Staffing Elite Healthcare Institute, Inc. Emerald Coast Scuba Empire Beauty School Empire Beauty School Excel Institute Experion Medical Academy Express Training Services, LLC Express Training Services, LLC Faith Christian Fellowship Training Institute Family Central Training Academy First Coast Barber Academy Coral Springs Alachua North Beach Sanford Key Largo Doral Coral Springs Cocoa Vero Beach Maitland Lakeland Destin Lauderhill North Spring Hill Ft. Myers Gainesville Lauderdale Lakes North Lauderdale 23

26 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued FLC Healthcare Academy Florida Academy of Ayurveda Florida Academy of Beauty, Inc. Florida Auctioneer Academy Florida College of Integrative Medicine Florida Diving Institute, Inc. Florida Global University Florida Health Institute Florida Institute of Hypnotherapy Florida International Training Institute, Inc. Florida League of Christian Schools Florida Massage and Beauty Institute Florida Medical Training Institute Florida Medical Training Institute Florida Medical Training Institute FMI Career School Focus 4 Beauty Career Center Fortis Institute Fortis Institute Fortis Institute Online Future Dental Assistants of America Genesis Vocational Institute, Corp. Global Medical and Technical Training School Delray Beach Clermont Doral Ft. Lauderdale Doral Lakeland Melbourne North Beach Plant Mulberry Pensacola Winter Park North Palm Beach 24

27 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued Greater Dental Assisting School Green Cross School of Nursing Hair Benders Academy Longwood Hair Design Institute Apopka Hair Design Institute Boynton Beach Healing Hands Institute Hebron Technical Institute, Inc. Gardens HESTER SCHOOL of Dental Assisting Deland Hobe Sound Bible College Hobe Sound Hollywood Beauty Academy, Inc. Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers Casselberry Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers Hope College of Arts and Sciences Ft. Lauderdale Hy-Tech Training Center Miramar I.T. of Central Florida Vocational School, Inc. Ideal Professional Institute Gardens IDI Academy Innova College Virtual Campus Installer Institute, Inc. Holly Hill Institute of Healthcare Professions, LLC Institute of Technology, Inc. Inter American University of Puerto Rico Inter Dade Institute Vocational, Inc. Interamerican Technical Institute 25

28 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued International Academy of Film and Television -, LLC Pompano Beach International Academy Training Center, Inc. Ft. Myers International Diving Career Institute At Hall's Marathon International Hair and Barber Academy Boca Raton International Institute For Health Care Professionals, Inc. Boca Raton International Institute For Health Care Professionals, Inc. Ft. Pierce International School of Midwifery, Inc. Interstate Commercial Driving School Crystal River Investigations & Security Training Academy Lutz Investigative Training, LLC North Palm Beach ITT Technical Institute Bradenton ITT Technical Institute Ft. Lauderdale ITT Technical Institute Ft. Myers ITT Technical Institute ITT Technical Institute Pensacola ITT Technical Institute Tallahassee ITT Technical Institute J&J Healthcare Institute Jersey College Ft. Lauderdale Jersey College Jersey College 26

29 ANNUAL LICENSES...continued Johnson & Wales University Jones Technical Institute K.B. Beauty Academy Kenney College La Belle Beauty Academy La Esperanza Educational Services, Inc. Larkin School of Nursing Latin Beauty Academy, Inc. LECOM Bradenton School of Pharmacy LECOM School of Dental Medicine Lee Professional Institute Life Corps Academies Manchester Business School America Manhattan Hairstyling Academy Manhattan Hairstyling Academy Manhattan Hairstyling Academy (West Waters Ave.) Margate School of Beauty, Inc. Marlene's Training Center Mary Seacole Vocational Matrix Educational Center Mech-Tech Institute Med Academy Medical Career Institute, LLC North Brandon Celebration Hialeah Greenacres Bradenton Bradenton Ft. Myers Tallahassee Inverness Margate Ft. Lauderdale Sunrise Hialeah Bonita Springs 27

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