82.Ms. Johnson Was Advised Of The True Facts On September

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82. Ms. Johnson was advised of the true facts on September 19, 2016, by Platt College Riverside’s President Michael Nielson, who informed Ms. Johnson of their rights to make the Paralegal Bachelor Studies Program unavailable as they deem necessary. 83. Specifically, Michael Nielson stated on September 19 2016, “We have the ability to run the Bachelors program whether we run or not is a different story.” 84. Platt College Riverside have made these representations without reasonable ground for believing them to be true, and knew and continued to, whether by words or by conduct, by false or misleading assertions that, the paralegal associates program completion was a condition of availability to the paralegal bachelors program in…show more content…
Johnson, who does not have privy information to Platt College and as Platt College employees, did have. In light of the facts alleged above, it was reasonable for Ms. Johnson to rely on Ron Wise’s representations, and the conduct of Platt College Riverside, that the paralegal associates program completion was a condition of availability to the paralegal bachelor’s program in October of 2016. 90. Under all the facts and circumstances, including Platt College’s fiduciary relationship, it was reasonable for Ms. Johnson not to discover the facts of the program until advised on September 19, 2016. By Michael Nielson and Darrell Goldberg. Paralegal Student Employees Had Access to Paralegal Students Records 91. Federal work student Cecilia Mendez disclosed and informed these changes and other private information to Deja Bradley breaching Ms. Johnson’s Family Education Rights to Privacy Act. 92. In October 2016 Deja Bradley said, “Carlos felt sorry for you because, you were about to get kicked out of school due to none payment, and fixed your financial aid.” 93. During October 2016, Luis Sanchez Platt College Riverside Admissions director, shredded Ms. Johnson’s 2016 - 2017 Bachelors Studies enrollment agreement documents. In violation of 20 U.S.C. § 1232g § 99.1099.12 Schools may not destroy records if request for access is pending. 94. Platt College disclosed personal private information to associated paralegal students

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