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Don't go to Acupuncture School

I’ve become stubbornly passionate about sharing my acupuncture school experience and early practitioner journey with prospective acupuncture students.In the spirit of full disclosure, you should know that I'm not making a dime off any of this nor do I ever expect to.I'm speaking out because few


Law Schools now similar to Acupuncture Schools

 "Is Law School a Losing Game?"

   Some similarities:

"cash cow"

"number-fudging games are endemic"

"Enron-type accounting standards"

"high tuition"

students "mortgaged their future under false pretenses"

"Job openings for lawyers have plunged, but law schools


Martian Geology: Response to The Integrator, 10/4/10

Thanks to John Weeks for reviving the discussion of the NCCAOM Job Task Analysis (Part 1 and Part 2). There are a few points I need to address from his post and his interview with Kory Ward-Cook.  Need, not want; because suggesting that the solution to the problem of acupuncturists


Should Acupuncture Schools Be Regulated By the Federal Government?

A couple of interesting comments have popped up in Lisa Rohleder's blog post, "D-O-E means Department of Education, also means DO IT, DO IT NOW!" which is five blog posts below mine here. Check it out.

 https://www.communityacupuncturenetwork.org/blog/d-o-e-means-department-education-also-means-do-it-do-it-now

I want to


D-O-E means Department of Education, also means DO IT, DO IT NOW!

This is a plea to all my comrades who put so much energy into opposing the FPD. The conversation that we really wanted to have last winter is finally happening now at a national level, and we need to participate. I think I must have said a hundred times


There's This Poem by Kay Ryan That I Love, and It's Perfect -- Part 1

For what happened last Friday.

Here's the poem:

span style="text-decoration:underline;">Home to Roost

/pre>span style="font-size:11px;line-height:18px;font-family:verdana, arial, sans-serif;" class="Apple-style-span">The chickens are circling and    blotting out the        day. The sun is        bright, but

Dollars and Sense: Information for Prospective Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Students By Shauna

I’ve been thinking for a while about writing an open, honest account of my investment in acupuncture school for the benefit of prospective students. I acknowledge that this is just one person’s experience. Through my connections with other acupuncture and Oriental medicine (AOM) students and alumni, I


New York Times: Front page today...

This is a good story about the industry of private adult education, especially in terms of capturing a large percentage of student loans awarded.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/14/business/14schools.html?ref=education