Friday, August 4, 2017


THE TRUTH MIKE HERNANDEZ'S BOUGHT AND PAID FOR MOUTH PIECE WAS NOT ALLOWED TO TELL

In the beginning when his now bought and paid for mouth piece, something Mike Hernandez has openly admitted to, trashed him left and right on a regular basis, only the BV backed him because the BV was the only blog to go to the offices and see what was happening.  Mike contacted me and one of the first things we discussed was his desire to open up a new GED program which would include testing for special accommodation for adults who dropped out of high school because they never got the needed accommodation in testing. My regular readers know this has been a major issue for me for years.  I am not a Johnny come lately on this issue.

So in the beginning I defended Mike Hernandez against every verifiable lie being said about him by his now paid and bought for mouth piece.  Mike himself said from the beginning he should have gone to his now bought and paid for mouth piece because he knew he could be bought to deceive the people of Brownsville for Mike's own ends.  It is all printed out Mike, so go ahead and have it deleted.

THE DECEPTION ON THE GED PROGRAM CONTINUED AS LATE AS SEPTEMBER 2016

From Mikes unaccredited school web page.

Great News...Cameron County Education Initiative, partners with OP 1033, has secured a 12,000 sq. ft learning facility located at 3140 Ruben M. Torres Blvd.
The facility will be used to house our education initiative. Our plans include immediate GED preparation and Adult Literacy programs that will launch in October at no cost to Cameron County residents.
CCEI has plans to launch programs in areas of allied health, information technology and industrial trade by January 2017.
Contact Sylvia Cardenas, VP of Community Relations, for further information at scardenas@myccei.org
"We are excited to provide education and workforce training services to the residents of Cameron County and thankful to OP 1033 for their commitment to provide debt free education, training and career preparation programs to the citizens of Cameron County.”
Brownsville is in desperate need of a GED program wherein adults are tested for disabilities so they can receive accommodations during the testing process.  Mike promised this.  He promoted himself on this promise, and then dumbed the promise.  It never happened.
I have not merely written on this issue.  Years ago I went to the College of Education and asked if they would create a clinic to test adults for free for learning disabilities so they could receive accommodations while taking the GED.  Such a clinic would have given the students being trained in the testing practical experience in administering the testing.  UTB said no.  But at least I tried.

NOW THE BOGUS TECHNICAL TRAINING SCHOOL - WHICH I BET THE FARM WILL CLOSE WITHIN 2 YEARS AND AFTER SEVERAL LAWSUITS - THE TRUTH - UNLESS YOU ARE WILLING TO BUY INTO THE DECEPTION
Mike unable to receive proper accreditation for his program spins it into a great success because now his students who must pay $4500 for the program cannot apply for federal or state financial aid, and they are also not saddled by the rules which come with accreditation.

It was Sylvia Cardenas, VP of Community Relations, during a phone call, who told me the school would not be accredited.

From Mikes Bogus School:


"Since we are not federally funded and bound to certain accreditation restrictions we have a distinct capability to respond and react quickly in response to local demands. Additionally, given the fact our student body will not be utilizing any of their potential federal financial aid, grants or loans we are confident Cameron County Education Initiative Inc. will become a, first stop, on the student’s education pathway with the expectation of matriculation to TSC and or UTRGV to continue and complete their educational journey”.

NOW IMAGINE YOU ARE NOT AN IDIOT

If you go to TSC you will likely qualify for a Pell Grant.  No Pell Grant at Mike's bogus school.  Now how much does TSC cost you after a Pell Grant?  Now Mike will not tell you that because it may show his unaccredited program in the end will cost more.

The part which really makes me laugh.

"pathway with the expectation of matriculation to TSC and or UTRGV to continue and complete their educational journey”.

Call TSC and ask them if they will accept credits from Mike's bogus unaccredited school.  They will say no.  So how is this a pathway to TSC?  You will need to retake every course if you need it for the program you are enrolled in at TSC.  How does this help you?

NOW YOU ARE AN EMPLOYER

I did a lot of work in risk management for doctors to prevent lawsuits.  I have made money on suing businesses for hiring the wrong people instead of the right people.  You see if you hire someone from an unaccredited program and they cause a work hazard your liability exposure goes up.  Any well paying company knows this.

So you are the guy in personnel doing the hiring.  You have two applicants.  One is from an accredited program and one is from an unaccredited program whose owner bragged about how they were not bound by rules.  Your in house risk manager is going to tell you to hire the TSC student because their program is accredited . 

The only people who will consider hiring from an unaccredited program when they have an applicant also applying from an accredited program are employers who will pay less, offer no benefits, and a less than safe work place.

When this reality kicks in to any graduates assuming there are any, the lawsuits will follow just like they did at Trump U.

QUESTION

You honestly want to help these kids?  Between the scholarship money you are willing to donate to TSC for this particular program and the Pell Grant, a large number of kids can attend the accredited TSC for free, so why would you give the money to Mike, so he can rake in $4.500 per student?  You are not going to do it.

WHAT WE DO NOT KNOW

Well we know every program has been endlessly delayed.  So at this time how many students have enrolled in his program, and how many donors have put up money to help the students pay the $4.500 fee.  Remember with a Pell Grant for many TSC is actually free, and accredited.


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