Three former students are chasing actions against Lambda school, claiming that the coding start field falsely announced its labor placement rates and the nature of its business model, while not having a license to operate in California . The three students are represented by the national legal defense network of the National Organization of the Organization.

Lambda is a for-profit coding start field that operates short-term programs. While enrollment of six to 12 months programs is officially established at $ 30,000, the company operates mainly using income participation agreements. Lambda students are not asked to pay until they are employed in a job that perform at least $ 50,000. After that, the school takes 17 percent of revenues for two years.

The quid of the accusations of students against Lambda's workplacement rates. While the for-profit coding school was announced between 2018 and 2020 that 80 percent or more of its graduates receive high-remuneration jobs using their skills within six months after graduation, the former students and their lawyers They claim that other documents show serious doubts about those claims.

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