Best Places To Study Early Childhood Education In Washington Near Me

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1. Board of Child Care - Early Childhood Education Center

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2 reviews
Board of Child Care - Early Childhood Education Center
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 308 15th St SE, Washington, DC 20003

Telephone: (202) 291-3330

Guy: Day care center


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Tanaya M: Love the atmosphere and my 3 year old has progressed beautifully over the last year! She is now on her way to pre K3 and I can say that she ready to go! Thank yall for everything!

2. Child Development Center

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Child Development Center
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 885-3330

Guy: Child care agency


Review: Their website mentions for pre-school

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Angel C: Positive: Quality, Reliability, ResponsivenessOur 4yr old son went here when the schools were closed due to covid. They seemed to have a good curriculum, and an app for you to contact the teachers. My son especially liked the yoga they did. I would have went back for the summer session, but we moved!

Kayla Wilson: Positive: Professionalism, Quality, Reliability, Responsiveness, Value

3. American University School of Education

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2 reviews
American University School of Education
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 4801 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 885-3720

Guy: Teacher college


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4. Mentora College - Washington, D.C.

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Mentora College - Washington, D.C.
Location
4.8
Prices
4.8
Classes
4.9
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

Address: 1510 H St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 644-7200

Guy: English language school


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Linh Truong: Mentora College is totally the best place in DC to study ESL. Tuition is better than other ESL schools in the area and during COVID, they provide student housing to students and even gave a discount so everyone can afford it and continue attending classes online from the dorm. The teachers and administration clearly care about their students, and they are attentive and really listen if there is any issues.

Alex Roset: Positive: Communication, Professionalism, Quality, ValueMentora College is highly recommended. Small classes, very affordable prices, several class schedules, excellent location half a block from a metro station, and upscale facilities. More importantly, a very qualified team of experienced English-speaker teachers.

Gjergj Dollani: Positive: Communication, ValueI like this school. The teachers are knowledgeable and they take their time to explain. If you look around you'll also find out that it's better value. You'll save money going to Mentora. Other ESL schools are more expensive.

C Hstreet: The students, the two supervisors, and fellow teachers are amazing. It is a diverse group of people. The three stars are for the these people. However, the lower review is due to the higher administration. The environment is toxic to work in and the chances for advancement are not present. Writing this review will probably result in a search to figure out who did it and result in punishment by the higher management. This is why it is being posted with an alternative username. People are worried about keeping their job and say "yes" to the higher administration. This has caused a lack of any change to occur to make the school better for the staff.

Pornpimon M.: I've been taking English classes at Mentora college for 5 months. I like this school so far, my English skills are getting better. It is not only you will get knowledge but also there are a lot of fun activities and a field trip which you can hang out with friends who are from many countries around the world and use daily conversation in English. All teachers are thoughtful and patient. As almost we know, learning a second language is not easy, but if we can the right place to learn. You will improve English. So, I’d love to recommend Mentora college.

Koray Bintas: Positive: Communication, Professionalism, Quality, ValueGreat place to work and study! The school provides scholarships not only to its students, but also their employees so that they could continue their their professional development while working. Fantastic location in the heart of D.C!
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Arya Kahramaner: Such an amazing experience that I had in Mentora College. The teachers were very sympathetic and helpful. they truly want the best for their students and always make an effort to satisfy our requisites. Mentora's location is also convenient and you can find bus and metro stations near the college. I genuinely recommend you this language school.

Mustafa Aktaş: If you think about studying ESL in DC, this school is the best option. They have modernized classrooms, the library and the computer lab are very convenient to spend time. They have ESL and American Experience classes which are giving you chance to choose the days you want to go to school. You also have different teacher every session. I had an amazing experience and really loved the location!

nutthaphat champasak: I used to study in Mentora college 3 months. In my opinion, this school is good but not all. i like teachers in this school because they are friendly and informally. On the other hand, i do not like the tuition process that you have to pay before you want to take vacation or transfer to other school.

Tiptunya Kampim: Mentora College is a good international school that I have learned in USA. There are a lot of fieldtrips and activities. I have many good teachers and cute friends. My best teacher that I have studied with is Mr. Brian Murphy. He always took care students and helped students when we had some problems of learning in the class. He taught very well and applied many games and activities that is easy to remeber the words in many lessons. He is active and creative. I met him in the first time of ESL class. He made me like learning English and start intending to study English. I love ESL class so much because I can know how to write good essay and how to speak or presentation in front of many people and we always practiced to learn English so I can use English in routines very well and this school is my best for me.

5. Center for Applied Linguistics

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4 reviews
Center for Applied Linguistics
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 4646 40th St NW STE 200, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 362-0700

Guy: Non-profit organization


Web page: http://cal.org/

Review: "Nice place to work. Small staff and everyone is friendly."

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Regina Watson: Nice place to work. Small staff and everyone is friendly. Mr. Steve is the best! He will surely make you laugh.

Chelsea Gould: Amazing people! Thanks for the invite

German Lopez: Wao..... lots of learning

6. Nexford University

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59 reviews
Nexford University
Location
4.7
Prices
4.8
Classes
4.7
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: Suite 200, 1140, 3rd St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 280-2049

Guy: University


Review: "The course content is rich, tasking, learning, with teachers and ..."

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Andrew Maranhão: After throughout inspection I can tell you this: They are nowhere near as accredited as they lead you to believe. If you seek a degree with them, you are putting yourself in a risky situation and they put effort into not making this clear. I highly recommend that you check Degree info forum for an even more throughout view. The accreditations they mention are limited at best and misleading at worst: Locally accredited in Washington DC means any company outside of it might reject you as candidate. The other accreditation, by ASIC, was created to prevent fraudulent visas in UK and in their own words is not an endorsement to the given degrees nor a guarantee of their validity. In the past, ASIC has accredited many fraudulent universities that turned out to be scams, such as Axact schools. The most important accreditation from the Department of Education of the USA is missing as of time of writing. The teaching staff is mostly made of visiting professors, which is not a problem per se, however - in the degree info forum, a Nexford representative added links to the CV of their teachers and after 1.5 years all except for the representative have left the company. Glassdoor reviews also point to messy administrative practices. Nexford is not an university either, the term university requires more than one college, and this is not the case at all. Every social platform has been rigged, from maps to quora and facebook. Every review reads like marketing testimonial and rarely are there shy reviews like you would expect. You'll also notice that most reviews are from Nigeria and some from India, as an international student myself I can tell you we are especially vulnerable as international educational legislation is a very cumbersome knowledge to acquire - and we also often lack comparable US standards to factor our recommendations. In my personal experience, their support is horrendous: they will reply to you with a generic marketing email without addressing your question whatsoever. And when probed, just asked me to redirect the email to another address - that's no support at all, it shouldn't take 3 emails to have a yes or no answer. What they have going for them is low cost and a high degree of flexibility, but in the face of everything I presented I can easily tell you that it is not worth the risk. Even if the cost is low for you, the price of time is far less worth it. Affordable and highly flexible education are great concepts, but without accreditation it boils down to good intentions. Nexford consistently puts a lot of effort into marketing, but lacks the credentials to sustain their claims. You can pursue a degree with them, but be very aware that your degree does not hold accreditation weight, therefore you might not get a job or raise if this is what you are looking for. Also, the company behind it tries its best to not give you this information.

Paul Adedeji: Nexford University is a considerate institution that offers excellent academic service at a very affordable price. Learners also enjoy the flexibility and freedom to complete their program at their desired timeline. At Nexford University, it is possible to complete a Bachelor's Degree program in 14 months. Isn't that fantastic?!
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Enobong Eta: I searched for a totally online university and I found it in Nexford University. Nexford cares about the student. Working with you even before you are enrolled, assigning a dedicated success advisor, enabling payments and course duration to fit each individual. The course content is rich, tasking, learning, with teachers and assistants who work and guide you to achieve your academic goals. This has been a remarkable journey. I am grateful that Nexford University enabled me fulfill a life time ambition.
Response: Wow! Thanks for this lovely review, Enobong 🙏🏽 This means a lot to us at Nexford!

Ogbonda Godson WOBO: Joining Nexford University for the MBA program is one of the best decisions I took in 2020. The courses are structured to facilitate learning, improve creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. This program will surely help me to be more productive at work and in the world of business generally.
Response: That's incredible, Ogbonda! 👏 Thanks for the great review & we can't wait to see you conquering the business world! 😉

Kunle Niniola: Nexford University is a citadel of learning. The structure of their programme and courses is unequal. I had initially thought my MBA Programme will affect my other activities but surprisingly, I am still able to attend to my other priorities. Above all, so far, the program has broaden my horizon and has added value to my career. The support from the Success Advisors is also unalloyed. Their speed of response whenever I need their advisory is impressive. Nexford University is a place to be.
Response: Thank you, Kunle! We're so glad that you not only feel our team's support, but also the flexibility of studying at NXU. 💪😉

Olumide Olowoyeye: Nexford University MBA program is one with a class. The in-depth knowledge of the course professors and the professionalism of the learner success advising team is indeed spectacular. I am currently getting high value for the time and resources invested in learning at NXU.
Response: Thanks Olumide for this great review! We appreciate it 👍🏽

Chelsea Chan: Nexford University is new and has not yet gained an international reputation as a worldwide well-recognized university. What has motivated me to study at Nexford? I have not seen any university that is so committed to delivering quality education at an affordable price for people, who aspire to seek career and knowledge advancement but may have been intimidated by insufficient capital in hands. Like Nexford, I believe education is not merely for elite groups in the world. Not only has Nexford extended a scholarship for me to pursue my MBA, but Nexford has been building up my knowledge and skills throughout my studies. It has been half a year already, what I have learnt at Nexford helps me work better. The logical thinking; result-oriented programme planning; knowledge in effective planning and management, and abundant learning opportunities among fellow classmates from different parts of the world further enhance my confidence and efficiency at my multicultural and multilateral workplace. Going forward, I am committed to graduating from Nexford as a dignified MBA holder and utilize what I have learnt for pursuing a senior management level career.
Response: Thank you Chelsea for your vote of confidence in us! 👏🏽 We're continuously breaking new grounds in ensuring quality and affordable education is accessible to everyone.

Destiny Young: In the course of my quest to acquire further academic qualification, specifically an MBA, after my MTECH in Information Technology, I wanted an accredited university whose study programs are conducted entirely online. This was because I did not want any program that will conflict with my other engagements. Because of my lean financial resources, I wanted an MBA program that is very affordable. So, after days of scouting the web, one of the universities I stumbled upon was Nexford University. One striking thing that drew my attention to Nexford University was its strategic marketing campaign. This is a university that has invested heavily in digital marketing. Across all digital platforms, I kept seeing Nexford University ads. From Facebook to Instagram, to YouTube, to LinkedIn, to Twitter. It was at this point, that I decided to research more about the school. I eventually discovered that Nexford University is a newly established accredited American online university based in Washington DC and founded by Fadl Al Tarzi. According to Fadl, he founded Nexford University with a vision to enable greater social and economic mobility through high-quality, affordable education. Believe me, Nexford University is a next-generation university with a difference. Not only has it disrupted the learning system where learners were encouraged to memorize books for exams, it has also leveraged IT to transform how students learn. Once you practically pass the academic rigor of NXU, the knowledge acquired in the process is ingrained in your DNA and sticks like adhesive. Besides being very affordable, at $160 per month, learners have the opportunity of an accelerated learning option. This means, depending on your competence level, you can actually finish the usual 18 months program in 6 months, thereby reducing your overall tuition cost. The faculties are highly qualified academicians and professionals who have distinguished themselves in their chosen fields. Nexford University takes the originality of assignments submitted by its learners very serious. To maintain its standards of academic quality across all strata of the learning process, Nexford University mandatorily requires learner to do a live presentation of certain assignment to the course faculty, to prove that the learner is actually the person doing the assignment. This is one way NXU prides itself about the quality of its graduates. I must say, it has been a rewarding experience studying with NXU, and I am glad I did. If this is what a 2-year old university can achieve, I see a future where NXU will rank among other global universities. Destiny Young Nigeria
Response: Wow, Destiny! Thanks for the stellar and thorough review. We couldn't be prouder having you as part of the NXU family. 🙌

Chinedu Onwukwe: Great School! I am currently an MBA learner. The fee is affordable, course contents are solid. You are motivated to learn. Despite the fact that it is online, be prepared to study and submit your assignments on time. Choosing Nexford was a great decision for me.
Response: Thank you for this cool review, Chinedu! 🙏 Your feedback is highly appreciated. We’re glad to have you onboard here in Nexford. 🙌

AbdulWahab Oyediran (KayOyes): Nexford University has continued to deliver quality and affordable education in recent times with great technology, dedicated staff, access to top-notch contents in the library, diverse learners, and the ever-ready Students Advisors and Professors. With access to affordable but standard and top-quality education, a great place to learn is to join this institution today to have a great learning experience. It promises to be exciting interactive sessions with co-learners and those useful group discussions and support from the course lecturer and the university- A. A KayOyes.
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7. University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)

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59 reviews
University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)
Location
3.3
Prices
3.3
Classes
3.4
Facilities
3.3
Teachers
3.3

Address: 801 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 274-5000

Guy: Community college


Review: "I went to school ..."

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Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Danielle Carroll: I went to school here for my AA and it was a breeze. Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Edgar E: Worst administration I have ever had to deal with. Not only do they never respond to email or phone calls, they can't even keep track of ELECTRONIC applications, that required my daughter to submit 3 times and be forced enrolled late into classes due to their incompetence. But they also can't even have the literacy to read the applications correctly to charge the correct rate to students. They went ahead to charge not only my daughter but several other students out-of-state resident rates when all their applications illustrated DC residents. Like how can you not even read what's on the applications! How many other students were charged nearly 3 times when they should have been charged as a DC residents scares me on the level of corruption and neglect this body demonstrates to it's it's attendees.0 Then to not even have the decency and competence to even respond to emails and calls to try to correct this is just completely absurd, no wonder UDC is a laughing stock of a school to attend they can't even serve as a place to get extra credits for actual schools. How neglectful can you be to students and applicants, like seriously!

Lucien Graves: I was interested in nursing but the department leads never answer even with me contacting them daily for the last 3 months. Not to mention the admissions department takes 2 weeks to email back and never answers a single call. Just go in person, it's faster but still highly unprofessional since they eat and have conversations with others in front of you. You can see why they never answer.

Yesly Turcios: GLEN DOMINA rudest person ever if you are working under a facility and a Student is inquiring on information/assistance you should be able to provide that at your upmost ability but unfortunately that was not the case here..

Danny Hirschfield: I graduated UDC-CC with an AA degree in Liberal Studies Fall Class of 2015 Alumnus. This college really helped me develop my learning skills as I am an older non-traditional student that started as a freshman with very little prior knowledge and discipline in academia. I have transitioned to the UDC flagship campus pursuing my BA degree in Political Science as a pre-law student. This university is the most affordable place to get a good quality education being the only public higher learning institution in Washington, D.C.

Jamilya Allen: Okay So I applied about 3weeks to a month ago and I’ve yet to receive any papers informing me if I was missing any documents or etc. I’ve called at least 5 times a day for about two weeks straight leaving voicemail after voicemail and no one has yet to return my call not only did I call multiple times I have also emailed them multiple and no response. It’s ridiculous what’s the point of having an admissions office if they not even going to pick up the phone, guide you in the process of being admitted or anything else like you guys get paid to do nothing it’s sad.

h T: This University has only good professors! But getting a Bachelor from the UDC will not get you a job!! Their jobs faire is just to get a website from the companies and brochures lol!

Jordan Stewart: The financial aid lady with gray hair and dreads is disrespectful af. Most of the staff here are disorganized and rude. I disenrolled 2 months ago. When I went to disenroll the lady was eating crab legs in front of me. Come to find out she never really disenrolled me, and I had to go back up there today. Smh. I really wanted this to work bc I’m a Dc Resident but I’m enrolling at PGCC.

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8. The Potter's House

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502 reviews
The Potter's House
Location
4.6
Prices
4.5
Classes
4.5
Facilities
4.5
Teachers
4.5

Address: 1658 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 232-5483

Guy: Cafe


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Guy Edwards: Wonderful place and people!! Excellent coffee and food. The impressive and diverse selection of books makes it one of the city’s best book shops. It’s support to vulnerable community members through its pay it forward system and other means makes a big difference to many. A real gem.

Jessica C: I’m a regular. No indoor seating, but in exchange you can bring your dog inside. Mine loves going in for attention and treats. I love going in for an iced vanilla latte. The biscuit and honey with goat cheese is yummy. So is the breakfast sandwich. I also like their scones. Their mission is great. I feel good supporting local charity. And they have a great selection of books. Recommended.

Monica Puerto: I don’t know how this place doesn’t have more reviews when it is always bustling. I love the book collection they have here; it skews progressive and activism (what do you expect out of DC?). The food here is very simple but tasty and affordable. There is so much history here in this place as well; it has been around the early days of Adams Morgan which fed the homeless and I believe continues to.

Tamer Mahmoud: Awesome place. Great and unique book selection. I also wholly support their supports for the homeless and the community. That's a big attraction to this place. Their biscuits, egg, and cheese sandwich was absolutely delicious!

Haydar Celik: Very nice place to have coffee, read, and relax. There are books to purchase and I am sure the food is also good, at least they looked delicious. Will come back for lunch and coffee.

Jonathan Chang: I came for the coffee and Mac and cheese. Chill place. The vibe was full of social justice and community. The Batista just came back from a coffee competition and placed 13th in the nation. For a short time he was offering competition grade coffee, a bit pricey but totally it worth it. It was one of the best cups of coffee I've ever had. That Mac was the last order for the night and totally did not disappoint. It didn't taste like it came out of the box and had a creamy texture. I totally recommend.

Jason Alredge: It was like a library with tables and quite a bit of space. The breakfast food and coffee was good to enjoy.

Kaila Gilbert: Currently one of my favorite coffee shops! Caveat: you can now eat and drink on the patio, but will have to walk 2-3 blocks to go the bathroom (regardless of your ability status or if you are a customer). So that part bummed me out a little; the coffee is a little strong to leave folks hanging like that lol. But, hoping they can open the bathrooms again so you aren't waddling down the street in the middle of your coffee date. Still recommend for pick up and go! Great books, staff, coffee, and pastries. Just not for the pregnant or small-bladdered haha.

Dena Delaviz: This is vegan brekky bowl & sammie. Both yum. The bowl doesn’t have a cheese or bacon substitute so its missing a little umph the carnivorous version prob has.

Peter Liddicoat: Book shop cafe charm. Counter culture ☕, local crispy baby 🥐 (+other pastries, breakfas, lunch, food). WiFi

9. Council for Professional Recognition

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16 reviews
Council for Professional Recognition
Location
3.6
Prices
3.7
Classes
3.6
Facilities
3.6
Teachers
3.6

Address: 2460 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 265-9090

Guy: Association or organization


Review: Their website mentions early childhood education programs

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John Graboski: Terrible! I called the main number and was connected within a reasonable time but the service in trying to get a reissue of my CDA from 2012 amounted to around 7 or 8 phonecalls over almost 8 months and I was stil never issued my old CDA which I needed for a job. The issue appeared to lie with the billing department who I was told would contract me but never did. I spoke with about 4 or 5 reps over the whole failcascade and asked for a manager's involvment with no result, nothing, happening. Not even an apology or a followup. This organization might mean well but for me to get no response in such an important and basic matter is unacceptable. It's almost the epitomy of ironic given their name. Would never do business with again! Too bad they are the only go to place for a CDA. SHAME on Council for Professional Recognition.

Elieza Ocasio: I was awarded my CDA in 2020 and I NEVER got my original copy, I called COUNTLESS times they tell me I have to pay, I pay and I still never get my copy. It’s been WEEKS. They need to make this option available online and just save everybody the hassle. I hate the “service” they offer.

JUANITA WARD: I was awarded my CDA in 2001. I have since renewed 3 times. I renewed online in June of this year and my CPR document didn't upload but I was never informed by email or otherwise that my documents weren't received. After I called the council several times I then received a letter stating that my renewal packet time had expired and that I no longer hold a CDA. On August 13th I get another email telling me to call the office to see if my application could be reinstated and that I should have all my documents when I call. I was given so many conflicting reasons as to why the email was sent and it was sent to give me heads up to the amnesty program starting in January. Which the email mentions nothing about.

Nuria Montaño: I took my CAD in March and to this day it does not reach me !! They did not help me at all I can say that it is the worst customer service! they don't know anything. They do not give you solutions or help you, the only thing they say is ... we can do nothing more than submit a ticket. I'm very upset, I can't believe what kind of professionals they are.

truth seeker: Working with the Council for Professional Recgnition allows me to be a 21st century change agent for the Child Development Industry.I am proud to have a vital role in helping to develop, puposefully conscientious industry professionals.

Muriel Baskerville: The premier international provider of ECE CDA credentialing!

Christy Harris: This is my job

10. Trinity Washington University

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61 reviews
Trinity Washington University
Location
3.8
Prices
3.8
Classes
3.9
Facilities
3.8
Teachers
3.8

Address: 125 Michigan Ave NE, Washington, DC 20017

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 884-9000

Guy: University


Review: Their website mentions early childhood education

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Ming Xia: Beautiful campus with magnificent buildings and statues. Of course you will see Nancy Pelosi's picture in the hallway of the main building!

Sharon Winget: The pool and gym are well equipped and clean. Locker room is spacious and clean. Friendly, welcoming place.

Betty Strickland: It was the best. My niece graduated in the top of here class. I'm so proud.

Chaturbhuj bhojwani: Excellent Education institute.

ANNA: I am a current student at Trinity Washington University and I definitely don’t feel the same way about this school, as i did a few months ago when I started. The school isn’t the worst but I would not say that you get the feeling of a good college experience. I am currently thinking about transferring to another school. So that I don’t create a long review for others to read I will give a bullet overview of what does on/why i want to leave: - The administration as a whole are not very cooperative, nor do they know how to really help you. Advisors just repeat the same information that you could have found in the Trinity website. - The food is NOT good. I have seen dining hall workers take food from the dining hall and take it over to the deli which is one building away and charge more for it. They give you a better sandwich if your using flex dollars, but they give a basic sandwich if your using your meal plan. - Security is not consistent, they pretty much let anyone on campus and don’t ask the necessary questions before having a car proceed to drop off/pick up or parking. - There are no water fountains in the freshman dorm, which i feel is a health hazard. I feel, if they can get a dollar out of me then they will. It’s either $1.25 - 1.75 for a bottle of water in the freshman building, and Laundry is $1.50 to dry and another $1.50 to dry. My first semester of freshman year it was clear that the dean didn’t like my professor so she would try and get us to say things negating about her, she would observe her teaching more than i’ve ever seen, and before the second semester was to start she quit. Trinity is nice in the brochures, and online, but if you come here you will soon realize unfortunately everything is not as it seems.

Malik Freeman: Beautiful campus just a few miles from DC. A great place to meet, eat and sleep.

Cristin Barnett: I've always struggled with academics, but my experience at Trinity was exceptional. The class sizes were much smaller than colleges I attended in the past. The environment was collaborative and engaging. I felt the teachers as well as the students wanted everyone to succeed. I am in the process of applying for my masters degree and didn't consider any other university. I'll continue my education at Trinity and would encourage my friends and colleagues to do the same.

Xavier Hodge: I have nothing nice at all to say about this awful school. Well, the professors are good and caring. The school administration is the worst! although I am only a few semesters away from graduating with a 3.8 GPA or better, I absolutely regret going here. I wish I could change my alma mater. I am ashamed of being a "soon to be" graduate from this school. I will NEVER recommend this place to a prospective student. I have NO desire to ever participate in any Trinity related alum activities... If they ever reach out to me, I will do all I can to NOT use profanity when saying "HELL NO!"

Hiwot Tadesse: the worst school i have ever been to. All they care about is the money they get from you. the staff are no help at all. community collage appears to be better. the professors are good but the people in the office are rude and mean and all they do is sit around while they drink coffee and talk about their personal life. for any question i asked the answer i got was "I dont know". i am glad i left when i had the chance.

n Jjo: I really thought coming to this school I was going to thrive and get my degree. However after coming here my experience is bad, the counselors here don't know how to help you. There are multiple things I could say about this school, however simply put this school is horrible. After barely finishing my first year here, I have fallen into a deep state of depression. Do not go here unless you live off campus, and even then make sure it is your last option .I have been going here and am finally about to transfer to Montgomery college just to get away from this school. Please listen and do not go here.

11. NAEYC

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7 reviews
NAEYC
Location
3.9
Prices
3.8
Classes
3.8
Facilities
3.8
Teachers
3.8

Address: 1401 H St NW Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 232-8777

Guy: Association or organization


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Lorraine Cooke: The best professional association for all who care for or about children birth through 8 years old. Welcoming to classroom staff, administrators, policy makers, parents and grandparents, medical professionals, and so many more. If you have a young child, know a young child, care about or for a young child, this is your go-to resource. Membership offers so much, and opportunities for becoming involved are endless. The staff are helpful, knowledgeable, and deeply passionate about their work. I've been a member for over 20 years and plan to stay a member.

Reginald Williams: One of the greatest organization's that I have ever been blessed to be affiliated with

12. Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development

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Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 3300 Whitehaven St NW #3300, Washington, DC 20007

Telephone: (202) 687-5000

Guy: Social services organization


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J.W. Warner: A renown institution for professional education. Exceptional faculty and facilities.

13. Strategy LSAT Prep

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Strategy LSAT Prep
Location
4.7
Prices
4.7
Classes
4.8
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 1050 Connecticut Ave NW 5th floor, Washington, DC 20036

Telephone: (703) 787-4007

Guy: Tutoring service


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Diana Kabbani: Before taking a class with Strategy Prep I self studied for about 5 months. I got a 163 on the LSAT, but wanted to break 170. My studying had hit a wall until I took Ben’s class. He made things so much simpler. Concepts I had been confused about for months were all of a sudden clear and I even started to find studying fun. After Ben’s class I got a 171! I would highly recommend Strategy Prep to anyone. The amount of instruction time, video tutoring, and in person tutoring makes it an incredible value. Plus, you get access to the LSAT Demon (their website, which helped a ton for drilling questions).

Bryanna Rainwater: Strategy Prep was by far the most useful tool in helping me study for the LSAT. Ben explains his strategies multiple ways and if you have questions, or want to try it another way, he’s happy to do so. He really makes sure that you understand the material the way you best comprehend it. This is the attitude for the entire staff and they go above and beyond to help get you the help you need. The Saturday tests that I took, even after I was done with the class, were a huge help to me. When I was in the class, the Thursday extra help sessions were a great way to get a more in-depth explanation of the issues I was struggling with. Overall, you decide how much work to put into your LSAT study, but Strategy Prep will provide you with abundant resources and be there to answer your questions whether it be a quick email on the demon, an in-person study session, or in a class.

Paul Balmer: Strategy Prep was a great class--the 40 hour class was the right balance for me, Ben was a patient and helpful teacher for everyone in the class and all levels of understanding. The videos and homework materials were manageable and helpful, much easier than a huge textbook to wade through. Having a test every Saturday was really helpful to get in the routine for test day, and it paid off. I was very pleased with my score, and I felt like another month of Strategy Prep classes would've helped me score even higher. I definitely recommend the class to anyone looking for some structure for LSAT study and is also working full time or more.

Daniel Cummins: I can't speak highly enough of Ben and his course. I started with a 152 diagnostic and ended up with a 170 on the June test. Ben provided me with every resource I needed to be successful and was always willing to go the extra mile in answering questions and making sure I understood the material. Also, plainly put, his class is fun and I looked forward to it each week. If you're serious about improving your LSAT score but need some extra structure and support, Strategy Prep is an easy choice.

Andrew Brickfield: I had an excellent experience at strategy prep. I attended the 100-hour class and drastically increased my baseline score from the first test to end up scoring in the 99th percentile. Ben is a great teacher, has a very strong grasp on the fundamentals of LSAT strategy, and makes a huge effort to ensure everyone in the class understands the material. Ben is also a very funny and caring person, which makes the class substantially more enjoyable than it otherwise would be with a teacher not as committed to making LSAT studying less stressful and even occasionally enjoyable. That said, make no mistake that a high level of success on the LSAT will require extensive studying outside of the class, even if you take the 100-hour class. If you are someone who may have difficulty studying outside the classroom or motivating yourself, I would recommend Strategy Prep's 1 on 1 tutoring or perhaps rethinking your LSAT expectations. Regardless, I highly recommend Strategy Prep to anyone who truly wants to crush the LSAT. Ben went out of his way to ensure that I would have everything I needed to succeed on the LSAT, and I am 100% confident he will do the same for you if you are willing to put in the requisite effort on your end.

Becky Shafer: If you're planning to take the LSAT and you live in DC, I would strongly recommend enrolling in a course at Strategy Prep. When I decided to take the LSAT, I wanted to find an instructor who would help me understand the material in the test and teach me strategies for taking it. Preparing for the test is intense. I wanted someone committed to thinking critically about it and to supporting balanced, efficient study skills. Ben is that guy. He cares so much about the LSAT and the types of thinking it demands that he hosts a podcast about it. And that passion shows in his approach to teaching. I took the 100-hour course. My score went up by 12 points from the diagnostic to the actual exam. I've gotten into a number of top schools, with some scholarship offers, and I feel that is in part because of how Ben's class helped me prepare for the LSAT. In short, Ben is a fantastic teacher who helps students deeply understand the strategies necessary for success on the LSAT. The materials he uses will help you study efficiently. I couldn't recommend the course more highly.

Sean Berman: I used Strategy Prep for my LSAT preparation starting in January. Ben and his team were incredibly helpful. I took the hybrid course, and continued on with the LSAT Demon once the test went digital for my September test. The online infrastructure is a great way to keep tabs on your progress. There's a lot of BS out there, Strategy provides real explanations to questions all across the spectrum in difficulty. If you are ready to put in the effort and give this test the time it deserves, you probably won't find a prep course that's more thorough, personalized, and honestly for a pretty good bargain.

Jordan Phelan: I took the 40-hour class in preparation for the October 2015 LSAT. Taking this course was the best decision I could have made. Ben is an excellent (and super patient) teacher. Super responsive to questions both in class, at extra-help sessions, and via e-mail. There are tons of extra resources for the course online in the form of YouTube videos, links to additional explanations, and podcasts. And the class was fun, or at least way more fun that you think an LSAT review course is going to be. Ben is funny and engaging and made prepping for this test way less painful than I anticipated it being. The reviews on their web-site might seem too good to be true, but I definitely believe them after taking the class. I don't have my official score back, but my practice scores increased 12 points by the end of the 40-hour course. Worth every penny and cannot say enough positive things.

Victor Shen: I took Ben's 100 hr course in in March of 2019 and I cannot recommend him enough to anyone who is looking to make a serious improvement in their LSAT score. I was constantly stuck in the mid 160s on my scores, and after Ben's course as well as taking a few one on one private tutoring sessions I was able to get a 169 on the actual exam. Ben's course is very comprehensive in its material and explanations. Ben is a very thorough and patient tutor who doesn't simply feed you answers and explanations for questions - he will take the extra time and effort to dig into your thought process to make sure you specifically understand why the right answer was correct and see where you deviated in your thought process to correct this train of thought. Whenever I contacted Ben or any of his associates at Strategy Prep they were very prompt with their responses and very helpful (even on the weekends). On top of being a great tutor, Ben does a good job incorporating humor and his own personality into making the material more interesting and easier to digest. If you are located in the DMV area I would highly recommend looking into his personal tutoring services as well!

Tyler Hastings: If you are serious about maximizing your LSAT score, Strategy Prep is the only option! Class is engaging, and Ben's (the instructor and owner) expert instruction really makes the concepts clear and understandable. That being said, it is a lot of work, and you will need to put in the hours outside of class if you want to maximize the benefit you receive from the classroom instruction. Ben has years of experience teaching the LSAT, so he knows the test inside and out, and is eager to share his expert knowledge with all of his students. He is always accessible to answer general and specific LSAT questions, and is very encouraging. Take it from an LSAT taker who increased his score by 13 points! If you want to maximize your LSAT potential, sign up for Strategy Prep!

14. Gymboree Play & Music, Washington DC

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Gymboree Play & Music, Washington DC
Location
4.9
Prices
4.8
Classes
4.8
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

Address: 2639 Connecticut Ave NW #113, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:45AM

Telephone: (202) 627-2450

Guy: Learning center


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Cintia Aspilcueta: Positive: Professionalism, Quality, ValueI really love Gymboree. My daughter is very shy, but thanks to Meshell and Seth my daughter has improved in both crawling and music. She is starting to play with the teachers and other children more. And she has learned to love music and instruments. Overall, it is a great place for young children!
Response: Thanks! we greatly appreciate the positive feedback!

Lauren Anderson: I brought my daughter to Gymboree for music class and it was interactive and fun! She was able to explore the environment, participate in call and response songs, touch and use instruments, and so much more. She was so excited to see other children and engage with the incredibly patient and animated instructors. This class was appropriate for multiple age groups and we can not wait to return for more musical and motor fun!!
Response: Thanks Lauren! We really enjoy having your family as part of our community. Best Wishes, Randy

Vimi V Ellenberger: Such a lovely experience! Was so happy to have a safe indoor play place for my son. All adults were masked and the place was clean. The teachers were so friendly and encouraging. I signed up for a monthly membership after attending the first class as I knew my son would love to continue coming here.

Jane Jo Lee: We absolutely love coming here with our very active 2 year old. The owner Randy and his staff are amazing and attentive and make each class extremely fun and engaging! The space is perfect for small group play and learn classes. Every nook, toy and play structure is immaculately clean and they adhere to the strictest safety guidelines. We are so sad to be moving away and we will miss this place!!
Response: Thanks Jane! It was wonderful hosting your family. Best Wishes, Randy

Natasha Peeples: What an amazing thoughtful experience! Not only did the staff go out of their way to tailor, set up, and take care of every detail for my son's first birthday - they also designed the games, activities and songs around our birthday theme of the Very Hungry Caterpillar. All the families had a fantastic time and wanted to do their kid's birthday here as well!
Response: We are thrilled you enjoyed the party! The room decorations were spectacular!

Amara Craighill: Our 16-month old and her nanny share buddy love their Family Music class with Seth. We’ve tried a few other classes and they’ve enjoyed all of them. They also love the climbing gym in the playground area.
Response: Thanks! We agree, Mr. Seth is an amazing Educator!

Leigh M: My son had a fantastic time singing, clapping, playing and blowing bubbles with the facilitator and new friends! We felt very comfortable in this group of strangers alongside us for play and look forward to our next visit and our upcoming birthday party there!

Maricris Castillo H: My baby and I enjoyed a lot the Gymboree classes! The teachers are great and everyone is so friendly 😊👌🏽 Los recomendamos!

Hilary Dauffenbach-Tabb: Positive: QualityOur 2 year old goes to the music class here each week and sometimes open play. The teachers, especially Mr Seth, are great. Scheduling is easy via the app. Feels clean and safe during COVID.
Response: Thanks Hilary!

Elena Moiseyeva: Choose what’s best for your child! We are new to DC area and it has been a challenge for me to find fun place for my 16 mo with good activities, flexible schedule and affordable rates. How happy I was to find out about this location. The main asset Of Gymboree DC is teachers - they are wonderful and caring, very kind and attentive to all kids. The playroom is spacious and the layout is being changed every other week, so your child will not get bored. We tried several classes so far and all of them were a success. However if you don’t want to attend the class you can opt for an open play and just be there with your child. I would imagine that birthday parties must be amazing there, and no hustle for parents. If you ask me, I can’t name any disadvantage of Gymboree DC. GO for it! P.S. - parents bring socks for yourself - parking is available at reasonable charge - don’t forget you child’s snack and water - booking classes online is very convenient Good luck!
Response: Dear Elena, We are thrilled to have you part of our caring DC Gymboree community. Thanks for feedback, Randy

15. The Washington Center

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90 reviews
The Washington Center
Location
3.8
Prices
3.9
Classes
3.8
Facilities
3.8
Teachers
3.8

Address: 1005 3rd St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 238-7900

Guy: Non-profit organization


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Emma Snyder: I was hesitant to do this program due to the several sour reviews, but I'm here to set the record straight. I did this program in summer of 2019, The Washington Center was my favorite summer of my undergraduate career. I took every chance the program had to offer. I was able to bowl in the White House, attend meetings with Presidential cabinet members, be a part of numerous in-house events, socials and made tons of friends. I gained so much perspective working and living in the city, I gained professional practices and grew as an individual. This program changed how I viewed the world. It is so worth it! I would go back every summer if I could! - great living as well super secure and clean building.

Nia Roach: The staff was terrible! Almost refused to give me my money back when I had to go to a new apartment, because the shower in the one they put me in was not working. The staff is very unprofessional, rude, and act like they don't want to be there. One time, I asked a question regarding an event I had an issue with, and instead of answering my question respectfully. They called me in, and asked if I had a learning disability because, the instructions and description of the event were supposedly clear, so if I didn't understand something, it had to be because I had a learning disability. Don't go, this place is awful! Find an internship yourself!

Gerardo Figueroa: I'd love this place, also, I love my international internship program. Everyone has a great experience and cares for the people.

Susie Oh: I had a really weird experience for my internship here. I got selected as an intern for the FAA with NO interview! I never did an interview either in person or over Skype. They only look at your resume and hire based on that. It might seem like a good thing but on the other hand, you have never met the people who you will be working with. And, your coworkers haven't met you either. I think that is weird. To be selected for an internship and not have 1 meeting with your future coworkers. And, what legitimate internship would hire a person they have never met? Could this be a scam? Maybe. I declined the offer so I will never know. On the day I was offered the internship, my coordinator Lina, kept repeating on the phone and on email that she "has to move on to other candidates." I admit I was unsure if I wanted this internship. But, having your coordinator threaten to remove you from the internship from day 1 just left a bad impression. I assume that line was her way of making sales to candidates. Because, you actually have to pay program fees for most of their internships. Not for my internship though. You don't pay to do an FAA internship. The FAA pays you. Don't ever pay to do internships! Why would you pay a company to do work for them. And, most of the time, the experience won't meet your expectations. Most internships will be bad quality. That's the reality!!! And, you will feel used and taken advantage of. GET ANY JOB IN YOUR FIELD. And, build experience from there. That's what I did. I built experience from my jobs and I went back to school for a different career path and now I'm actually able to get paid internships.

Olivia Y.: I really loved the National Security Seminar I did here back in summer 2019, and I really hope to pursue an internship through them in the future. They have really friendly employees, people that are happy to help and see you grow, and they have beautiful residential facilities. It's a perfect location and a great way to get immersed into the D.C. experience.

Heather Baker: If I could give a worse review, I would. The Washington center is a scam for money. Anything they offer you could find on your own. I was fortune that I liked the internship they place me at but they forced me to take that internship. The workers gave the excuse that “it’s just such a good opportunity” instead of doing their jobs and looking into other internship sites. This program could be done by a middle schooler.

Joe Strbo: This place had horrific teachers and staff. They hype everything up. DON'T RECOMMEND. The DC experience itself it great and the people you meet from all over the world make the experience. Do not rely on the staff to make YOUR time there memorable.

Brandon Uhalik: I had an incredible internship experience, and I wish I could say the same about The Washington Center program. The only part I enjoyed was my night class because my professor was amazing. 1. The lead program was absolutely awful. One of the very first classes was a 3 hour class on our Clifton Strengths. I felt like I was back in middle school during the class. My lead instructor was a very nice guy and knew what he was talking about, but the class in itself was pointless. 2. The various “Career and Proffesional Growth” events that we had to attend were extremely unorganized, and the ones that dealt with anything with journalism or politics was very partisan and to the left. During an event titled “Career in Campaigns”, TWC’S OWN STAFF MEMBER ASKED “WHAT CAN DEMOCRATS DO BETTER LEADING INTO 2020”. For a non-partisan program, the staff members seemed to love squeezing out their own agenda. I was excited to learn about campaign work, but it turned into “What can democrats do”. 3. The speaker series that we were REQUIRED to go turned into a conservative bashing event. All 3 panelists were clearly partisan and pushed their own political agenda. As a non-partisan program, shouldn’t TWC give equal representation? I was promised equal representation for the campaign event, but the republican woman on the panel said word for word “Women who voted for Trump only did it because their boyfriends or husbands said so”. Can you explain to me how that type of attitude helps us become professionals? My internship experience was fantastic, but I wouldn’t recommend the TWC program.

Sean Doyle: Internships look to be easy, and maybe you can get one, but not the powerful internships and programs around those internships that TWC can offer. My interactions with TWC have been great. Very interesting academic thinking. Wonderful interpersonal skills. The insights and deep deep relationships to the DC community they offer are life changing. I am a supporter of what they do. No other way to go about this.

John VanDaele: Poor communication, my internship supervisor quit the week I moved in and there was some confusion to where I was living. The living center had a few broken outlets and maintenance was impossible to get a hold of also the first week there was no air conditioning so image DC in June with no Air conditioning. Umm let see, well the program was a waste of time considering we spent a lot of time on our "strengths" learn from others that went here you can get a way better DC experience going solo. Also this place claimed to be non partisan but advocated for a certain agenda by having MANDATORY events to go to that only showed one side of an opinion, when students signed a letter demanding some respect what is their response? Hold a town hall type meeting then have a "bi partisan" event with two sides of the same coin. Then the exit meeting when we left, the staffer was extremely rude, pretty much thought I was in a hidden camera show. So disrespectful!

16. Bay Atlantic University - Washington

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Bay Atlantic University - Washington
Location
4.7
Prices
4.7
Classes
4.8
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 1510 H St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 644-7200

Guy: University


Review: "And people can debt repaid back for life time..."

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Adot feeney: Amabel was very helpful and polite, overall great service and friendly staff , Juan was also a big help.

Yuliya Brel-Fournier: I participated in the Grant Proposal Writing Workshop at BAU International University in November 2018. I am very grateful for this wonderful opportunity to learn from the experts in the field how to write successful grant proposals to secure external funding for various purposes. The ability to write such proposals is an important skill required by Universities, NGOs, and other organizations. That is why I was so excited to participate in the workshop. I can say that it was worth every single minute of it. I really enjoyed the professionalism of the presenters, the warm and friendly atmosphere of the BAU University, the perfect organization of the event, and how informative and useful the workshop turned out to be. Thank you once again to the organizers. I would highly recommend this workshop to everyone interested in acquiring this important skill.

Cristina Stanica: I attended the "How to write a grant proposal" workshop at BAU University in November 2018. It is a great opportunity to learn from practitioners with substantial experience in grant writing and implementation both at domestic and international level. I received a lot of hands-on experience, together with a great volume of online resources that are necessary in designing a successful grant project. The interactive approach of the workshop allowed for a lot of sessions of Q&A so that students' needs are immediately covered.

Viviana de Jesús: Attended an inspiring Ribbon Cutting event for Can I Live, Inc. President of BAU is a Woman who is supportive of Enterprising Women of Color. Congratulations on a beautiful partnership. 💫🎯👩🏽‍🤝‍👩🏾👭🏻👩🏻‍🤝‍👩🏿👭🏿. We rule the world.

Gurpreet Kaur: I reaseched many universities.. But this university attract me... Because this uni provide study loan... And people can debt repaid back for life time....

Rami ASN: Great place to get your master degree

Francine Carris: Great school and perfect student service

İbrahim Altay: The people who works at the frontdesk, they always will try to scare you..

Munkhtsatsralt Baasanjav: Great school, awesome faculty and outstanding student service

17. French Academy DC

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12 reviews
French Academy DC
Location
4.9
Prices
4.8
Classes
4.8
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

Address: 1629 K St NW, Washington, DC 20006

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (571) 340-6264

Guy: French language school


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Shelby Servais: I took Survival 1. The instructor was great, the class size was small, and the material covered French basics. I had absolutely zero knowledge of the language and now I can manage ordering croissants, giving directions, simple introductions, and a few other essentials. If you look at the cost/hour, it is also really affordable.

Alison Hickman: I am once again inspired to practice my French regularly. I have been afraid to speak French because of my accent and mistakes. My instructor was kind in correcting mistakes and allowing us to fail here and there which is a necessary part of learning a language! I found the combination of exercises (written, oral, audio, and video) to be extremely helpful. The resources given to us were also excellent (handouts/pdf, websites, videos, podcasts, etc) and I will continue to use them to study in the future. I especially love that I can take classes online which makes it super easy to do right before work, from anywhere, etc. The price for the class is also great; it makes it accessible to more people. I think if more people knew about it, they'd take a class!
Response: Thank you so much Alison for sharing your feedback. It is very nice to see that we are doing the right thing. :)

Caroline Easton: I just finished Survival 2 and previously took Survival 1 here, both of them online. These classes are wonderful! The pacing of the classes is great for adults and the laid-back nature of the course takes a lot of pressure off. Eric was an absolutely fantastic teacher and I would highly recommend taking some of the courses here if you get the chance! The materials for the course come with the fee, so you really don't need to buy anything extra. There is homework each week, but it enforces the lesson and generally takes <30 minutes (perfect for those who are busy!). Classes are immersive, so you really learn to pick up on the language quickly. I learned more in 16 weeks of classes than I did in 3 years of high school! The online experience was very good, as the class is done through Zoom. Eric shared screens with us to show additional course materials for the lesson and made sure every student felt involved and understood. I'm looking forward to getting more practice in and coming back to continue the classes!

Azahara Padron: I just finished "Conversation and Grammar A2" workshop and I really enjoyed the online classes. The pacing of the classes is great for adults, the teacher made sure every student felt involved and understood...I highly recommend them.

Sanjana Mukherjee: I took an introduction to French workshop course for 5 weeks from April to May 2020. My instructor was excellent and very encouraging. We were provided with worksheets and exercises to practice. I was part of a group class and learning with the other students was very enjoyable. Highly recommend!

Kathryn Autrey: I attended a survival one at French Academy in Farragut. I was very happy with how it went, I liked the small group work done in the class which allowed for more one on one attention with the teacher. It let me really gain a better understanding for corrections that needed to be made helping me improve. Overall it was a great experience.
Response: Thank you Kathryn for sharing your impressions about your beginner class. Hope to see you soon in the Survival 2.

Michelle Tafur: I had an important test to pass and a short timeline in which to prepare. I emailed on a Thursday or Friday and had my first lesson on Monday. I worked with Natacha. She was super helpful, very patient and took her time with me to guide me through everything I needed to understand. I passed the test with flying colors and I have so much thanks to Natacha and the academy for their help.

Claire Lavergne: This was honestly a great opportunity for learning French. I took a conversation class and the topics were interesting and useful. The teacher listened to us and helped us along and was able to be flexible about our requests. I will say though that the classroom was kinda small...

Jennifer Matel: I enjoyed the online lunch hour class for beginners. The instructor was engaging, motivated, and very patient. I’m now even more motivated to continue learning.

Maddie Kau: I've been taking group classes online during the pandemic and I love the structure (homework and agenda for classes) and getting to know other students who are at my same level.

18. University of the District of Columbia

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University of the District of Columbia
Location
3.7
Prices
3.8
Classes
3.7
Facilities
3.7
Teachers
3.7

Address: 4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 274-5000

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Carolyn Taylor: This was a enjoyable experience, the seating was great for Covid safety . I would definitely attend an event here again

nina: The worst university ever, my experience at this university has been draining and miserable. Some off the professor are rude and highly unprofessional. I had one professor a couple off years ago name Samuel Walters tell me that he doesn't have to respond to my emails, and if I reported him they wouldn't even listen to me. I will never forget that, it was odd to me as well because, other professors' I had encouraged students to email, and come in during office hours for assistance. I reported this to the dean, and she told me that professors' are not obligated to respond to students' emails. I couldn't believe it, in addition I wrote the president off the school who is a joke in my opinion, and he never responded. Anything, goes at this University. I blame myself, for returning to this school I was told things have changed, and it has not. Different departments loose papers, I had turn in my vaccine exemption forms August 02, 2021 and was told it was never received. When, I inquired about the documents again, the representative had told me they forgot to submit the documents to another department. But, by then I was already dropped from my courses. At this point, I said forget it, I am glad I transferred to another University that's extremely professional, the transition was great. The staff are rude as well, I remember almost getting cursed out by a lady in the student health department, because I simply asked if my health waiver was received, she was so rude. I honestly, despise this University. Returning, to this University as a readmit student was not worth it, it's beyond me because, UDC reached out to me to come back this past summer and it's still a joke. The women bathrooms, are a joke it's been like that since I started a couple off years ago. Some, off the doors don't lock, the library needs to be remodeled. I remember part off the ceilings in one bathroom was completely missing. Elevators were not working, and some parts off the building were not cleaned, the math tutoring lab couple off years ago was, leaking and ceiling was completely gone. I believe, some individuals work at this University because they can display their dispicable disposition. It really, amazes that the student center is appealing. But, if you go to other departments off the campus the conditions, are horrible or layout is outdated. I blame myself for being at this University for so long, never again.

Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Mohamed Moustaghfir: I wish I finished my nursing degree. So many UDC graduates 🎓 get successful professional life. A friend of a friend back in the end of the last century, moved back to Ethiopia and started his own company. I also learned a girl moved to Dubai and became the youngest successful millionaire at her twenties. Success is you, but the school and faculties help also mold you a pathway. Look at me now doing pizza delivery. Making people days when I'm sadly sad.

angel almonte: One of the best experiences I have had as a student. The professors were extremely helpful in guiding me to obtain an education . The facility is improving and they have an excellent student center. The student body is very a diverse population. The administration staff are as friendly. as you are to them. In other words if you act a fool than expect to be treated as one. 😊
Response: We’re happy to hear about your experience. Thanks for leaving a great review!

C. M.: Took Spanish classes here for one year. I regret slacking on my Spanish.

Danielle Carroll: Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Mani Shehni Karam Zadeh: I agree that administrative work is little slow but when it comes to education and professors, I would say they are really great, knowledgeable, kind and caring. They always try to help you to learn and never let you down. They always support brilliant students in the class and on the other hand they never abandon weak students too. Some people complain that school building architecture is ugly but just keep in mind the UDC construction completion dated back to 1851. So, I don't let this to impair my judgement about very good professors and education in here.

Scott Minter: As a graduate student that completed a Master's in Education recently at UDC, I can speak for how the last 3 years or so have been. UDC is extremely unprofessional and unorganized. The customer service is appalling and it is very difficult to do simple tasks such as pay bills, register for classes, or track down employees. The staff is difficult to reach and rarely call you back or email after a request. I advise finding a different university if you are looking to continue in higher education. Granted, there are some very excellent professors, but it might not be worth your trouble to attend here.

NIKKI HARRIS: It is a shame that after paying the application fee and being sent an acceptance letter I find out there is a hold on my account. After looking into that, I was told I have an unpaid balance from 2005. I was also informed I had made payments which total about 75% of what was owed initially. I was told to see if I qualify for amnesty to cover what's stilled owed. I did and was told no. The reason being is I don't have a GPA of 2.0 at the time of owing. I don't have a GPA because I had withdrew from classes before I had received any credits for the classes I took back in 2004. I am very disappointed and feel let down. After all, I thought I would be starting classes this summer. UDC does not care about DC citizens trying to get an education. My situation is very unfair!