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Microsoft Certified IT Professional Students Left High and Dry by ComputerTraining.edu – Academy of Computer Education



Greenbelt, Md. (PRWEB) January 5, 2010

With the recent news that ComputerTraining.edu has shut its doors, "America's Largest IT Academy" may have left hundreds of MCITP students on the hook for classes they will never complete and dozens of instructors out of work. This announcement is the second such closure in less than a week, after Intense School unexpectedly closed down early last week.

This second computer training school closure has led the Academy of Computer Education® (ACE) to gear up for the participation in any "Teach Outs" that might become available through the Maryland Higher Education Commission in the wake of the ComputerTraining.edu closure. Academy of Computer Education participated in teach outs when similar events occurred during the abrupt closing of a major training school in the early 2000's.

"We will do our part to support affected students and the computer training community as a whole," said Ralph P. Sita, Jr., CPA School Director for ACE. "We will facilitate the efforts of the MHEC to the best of our abilities. We did the same during the last major training school closure and we will have no problem helping out with this one."

In order to be eligible for a teach out, students must immediately make contact with the Maryland Higher Education Commission.

About ACE

The Academy of Computer Education® (ACE) is the leading computer training school in Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia. The school offers classes from trusted vendors such as EC-Council, CompTIA, Microsoft and VMWare. ACE has locations in Ashburn, VA and Greenbelt, MD. For more information on MCITP Server Administrator classes visit http://www.trainace.com/courses/mcitpsa/ or call (301) 220-2802 in Maryland or (571) 209-9234 in Northern Virginia.

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