Here are links to many articles surrounding the hair industry and the hair education industry that we feel are valuable sources of information.
At Artezen we are looking to add integrity and professionalism to the Hair Industry.
“18RS Legislative Record Online.” 18RS – Legislative Record Online, 30 Apr. 2018, www.lrc.ky.gov/record/18RS/record.htm.
“Active Learning Center Grant.” Classroom Makeover Transforms Learning, Steelcase, 15 Nov. 2016, www.steelcase.com/discover/information/education/active-learning-center-grant/#impacts-of-active-learning.
Bhattarai, Abha. “Maryland to Begin Offering Country’s First Blow-Dry-Only Cosmetology Licenses.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 17 May 2016, www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/maryland-to-begin-offering-countrys-first-blow-dry-only-cosmetology-licenses/2016/05/13/619b8676-16b2-11e6-aa55-670cabef46e0_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.91a28a997b62.
“Blow-Drying Bill Passes State Senate.” ABC 36 News, 18 Feb. 2018, www.wtvq.com/2018/02/08/blow-drying-bill-passes-state-senate/.
Busche, Kelly, et al. “Pell Grant.” AP NEWS, 25 June 2017, www.apnews.com/PellGrant.
Chapin, Adele. “The New ‘Drybar Bill’ Proves How Massive the Blowout Bar Phenomenon Has Become.” Racked, Racked, 17 May 2016, www.racked.com/2016/5/17/11685912/drybar-blowout-license-bill.
“Cosmetology Jobs – Beauticians, Stylists, and Other Cosmetologist Careers.” JobMonkey, www.jobmonkey.com/cosmetology/.
Covert, Bryce. “Why Beauty Schools Are A Rip Off For Many Graduates.” ThinkProgress, 25 June 2015, thinkprogress.org/why-beauty-schools-are-a-rip-off-for-many-graduates-72f2b5469322/.
Cumes, Julia. “Graduating, but Employable? Is Trade School Tuition Worth It? – The Boston Globe.” BostonGlobe.com, Boston Globe, 15 May 2013, www.bostonglobe.com/business/2013/05/14/graduating-but-employable-trade-school-tuition-worth/SeivC22rdm91mAbWtYGKXP/story.html.
“Etiquette For Professionals.” Etiquette Classes, Business Etiquette Workshops, Corporate Image & Professional Communication Skills – Scottsdale, Phoenix AZ – It’s All About Etiquette, 10 Dec. 2016, www.itsallaboutetiquette.com/.
Hensley-Clancy, Molly. “These Colleges Have The Worst Student Loan Default Rates In The Country.” BuzzFeed News, BuzzFeed News, 28 Sept. 2016, www.buzzfeednews.com/article/mollyhensleyclancy/these-colleges-have-the-worst-student-loan-default-rates.
“Home | The United States Senate Committee on Finance.” United States Senate Committee On Finance, Professional Beauty Association, May 2014, www.finance.senate.gov/.
“How Classroom Design Affects Engagement.” Could Active Learning Be the Key to Paying Attention, Steelcase, 15 Nov. 2016, www.steelcase.com/research/articles/how-classroom-design-affects-student-engagement/.
Kingkade, Tyler. “The Education Department Isn’t Warning Students About Beauty Schools.” The Huffington Post, TheHuffingtonPost.com, 25 Sept. 2015, www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/college-scorecard-beauty-schools_us_56041272e4b00310edfa3f1c.
“Life After Cosmetology School.” Life After Cosmetology School | StateCE.com, State CE, www.statece.com/blog/continuing-education/life-after-cosmetology-school/.
Meyer, Jared. “Tennessee Leads The Nation In Licensing Reform.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 13 Aug. 2018, www.forbes.com/sites/jaredmeyer/2018/08/10/tennessee-leads-the-nation-in-licensing-reform/#311c979c78ab.
Munsch, Erin. “Industry Experts Explain Why Education Is So Important.” American Salon, 30 July 2015, www.americansalon.com/business-career/industry-experts-explain-why-education-so-important.
Nestel, M.L. “Beauty School’s Ugly Scam Made $50 Million Off Taxpayers.” The Daily Beast, The Daily Beast Company, 26 Aug. 2016, www.thedailybeast.com/beauty-schools-ugly-scam-made-dollar50-million-off-taxpayers.
Olenick, Michael. “Guess Which Schools and Degrees Produce the Most Student Loan Defaults? Hint: It’s Not the Humanities.” Naked Capitalism, Insead, 15 Dec. 2017, www.nakedcapitalism.com/2017/12/guess-schools-degrees-produce-student-loan-defaults-hint-not-humanities.html.
“Press Release: National Student Loan 2014 Cohort Default Rate.” U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Education, 2014, www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/us-department-education-releases-national-student-loan-fy-2014-coh.
Rueb, Emily S. “Beauty School Students Left With Broken Promises and Large Debts.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 29 July 2013, www.nytimes.com/2013/07/29/nyregion/promised-better-life-by-beauty-schools-graduates-have-little-training-and-lasting-debt.html#continues-post-newsletter.
Seaton, Jaimie. “Martha Matilda Harper, the Greatest Businesswoman You’ve Never Heard Of.” Atlas Obscura, Atlas Obscura, 12 Jan. 2017, www.atlasobscura.com/articles/martha-matilda-harper-the-greatest-businesswoman-youve-never-heard-of.
Selingo, Jeffrey. “The False Promises of Worker Retraining.” The Atlantic, Atlantic Media Company, 8 Jan. 2018, www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2018/01/the-false-promises-of-worker-retraining/549398/.
Simpson, Kaila M, et al. “Examination of Cosmetology Licensing Issues.” Examination of Cosmetology Licensing, American Institutes for Research, 30 Aug. 2016, probeauty.org/docs/advocacy/PBA%20Examination%20of%20Cosmetology%20Licensing%20Issues_2016%200830.pdf.
Smith, Ashley A. “Former School Owner and CEO Sentenced to 30 Months in Federal Prison for Federal Financial Aid Fraud Scheme.” The United States Department of Justice, 24 Jan. 2018, www.justice.gov/usao-mdla/pr/former-school-owner-and-ceo-sentenced-30-months-federal-prison-federal-financial-aid-0.
Staff, WAFB. “Cosmetology School Owner Convicted of Pell Grant Fraud.” Http://Www.wafb.com, 25 June 2017, www.wafb.com/story/35744859/cosmetology-school-owner-convicted-of-pell-grant-fraud/.
Thometz, Kristen. “Local Salon Owner Seeks Blow-Dry Only State License.” WTTW News, 6 Nov. 2017, news.wttw.com/2017/11/06/local-salon-owner-seeks-blow-dry-only-state-license.
Warrell, Margie. “Learn Unlearn and Relearn.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 3 Feb. 2014, www.forbes.com/sites/margiewarrell/2014/02/03/learn-unlearn-and- relearn/#7e04d727676f.
Wyman, Nicholas. “Why We Desperately Need To Bring Back Vocational Training In Schools.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 7 Oct. 2016, www.forbes.com/sites/nicholaswyman/2015/09/01/why-we-desperately-need-to-bring-back-vocational-training-in-schools/#5e572fd587ad.← Back to Blog