No.Your enrollment, admission and tuition documents, constitute a contract. If you read your contract, you will find that the school expressly reserved the right to make changes in the course of instruction as necessary in the school's sole judgment. The school is "selling" you instruction in the skills for building a house. The school has a lot of flexibility as to how it delivers the course of instruction.
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