Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory liste over brudd på regler er imponerende. De hadde ca 90 utvekslingselever, som de etter juni 2017 ikke lenger får beholde. De har mistet bevilling fra både SEVIS og tillatelse til å fornye sin charter (august 2016).
Er man elev der nå, er jeg ikke sikker på hvilken verdi et avgangsbevis har.
In 2005, Tri-Valley Learning Corporation (TVLC) in California established charter schools ranging from elementary school to high school. The high school is Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory (LVCP). About 90 foreign exchange students attend the school. Investigations into irregularities (see below) started February 2016. As a result of these investigations, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) withdrew LVCP’s accreditation*. The school district denied LVCP’s petition of charter renewal December 2016. LVCP is no longer listed as having SEVIS F-1 certification. The school has said that they will stop their student exchange program from July 2017.
3rd February 2016 Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) sent the Governing Board of the TVLC a Notice of Violation (NOV). Among other things, the NOV concerns the below violations with regards to LVCP’s exchange students.** Media got hold of the information and several in-depth articles about this issue can be found on the…
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