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Education… sometimes you just don’t know what you’re getting into until it’s too late.  From accumulating debt to signing up for a training course that turned out to be worthless, people everywhere are frustrated with their various educational experiences.  If you have a gripe with someone or something in the education industry, let the world know about it by filing a complaint on  Here are just a few of the types of complaints you might have about education.


Cost is certainly one of the biggest drawbacks to education.  Is a college degree really worth $100,000?  Did you enroll in a college or university, only to find out you were signing up for a debt much bigger than you ever imagined?  If so, you owe it to yourself to file a complaint and warn others so they don’t have the same awful experience!

Biting off more than you can chew financially isn’t always your fault.  Sometimes educational institutions aren’t entirely up front about the true cost of the experience.  From hidden fees to inexplicable charges, educational institutions all over the country (and online) are making money at your expense.  If you’ve had enough, file with

Bad Teaching

Unfortunately, not all educators are created equally.  Sometimes you get stuck with a bad teacher/trainer, and there’s just nothing you can do about it.  Whether you’ve had to deal with an unfair teacher, an uninformed teacher, or a teacher that’s simply out there, filing a complaint is a great way to share your message.

Many students take online reviews into account before they sign up for classes from a particular teacher.  If you had an awful experience with a teacher, then letting other students know about it can encourage them to find better teachers.  You know how hard it is to endure a semester of awful teaching.  Don’t let someone else go through what you suffered!  Filing a complaint takes minutes to do!

Poor Course/Coursework

Sometimes you just want to get the course credit and get out.  Other times, however, you’re genuinely interested in learning about a subject, and the course materials fail to deliver.  It isn’t always the fault of the teacher (though bad teachers and bad courses often work in tandem).  If you signed up for a course that didn’t deliver, you probably feel cheated out of your time and money.  However, good luck getting those things back!  Your time is gone for good, and no institution is going to return your money after you made it past the withdrawal deadline.


No matter what your particular situation was, filing a complaint with can be a great way to get some closure.  You may not get money or time back, but you can at least let others know the truth.  Also, as you come forward with your education-related complaint, chances are that others who had a similar experience will come forward with their stories as well.

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