Excellent! Then she should be in at least a decent school, no matter remote or in-person.
Way off topic, but I have a client who is more than midway through the semester at a state school and has no idea what two of her five professors look like. They just assign reading and then either test or expect papers back. It burns me up that these “teachers” are getting away with holding classes they aren’t actively teaching, for full tuition. The client got a B on an exam and emailed to say “I think I need help” and the professor’s response was “read my notes.” Now she has 5 papers recorded through the system as turned in, but they remain ungraded. Unfortunately the client is with me because she is passive and timid (and has an eating disorder) and so will not escalate in time for it to matter should her ultimate grade in the class be less than the A she wants and is willing to work for.
The other unseen prof is also one of my clients, though we’re on an occasional check-in basis. I’m going to find a way to say something when we meet next. On the other hand, the client doesn’t report any trouble following along successfully, so maybe not. His materials and written explanations must be sufficient.
WHICH all reminds me of this, which brings me nicely back on topic, as it is ultimately a clip and a movie about self-help.