Attorney General William Tong claimed Stone Academy had numerous violations of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.
The CT Senate’s amendment would issue reimbursement and stipends to Stone Academy students after the nursing school’s closure.
Attorney General William Tong’s office says Stone Academy has only partially complied with the civil investigative demand’s request for records.
Eight former Stone Academy students will file a lawsuit representing hundreds of people left in the lurch when the school abruptly closed.
Months after Stone Academy’s closure, hundreds of students who were hoping to become licensed practical nurses are stuck in limbo. Here are some of their stories.
The attorney general’s court order comes after a demand that the Stone Academy owners provide information related to the investigation.
Stone Academy and the Office of Higher Education have been at odds over the need for an audit of student records.
The Office of Higher Education signed a contract for an audit of Stone Academy records one day before a student protest.
Hundreds of nursing students will have to wait several months to see if they can continue their programs after a CT school shut its doors.