I am genuinely concerned about my fundamentals instructor. It's to the point where it could probably be borderline reported to the State Board of Nursing.Here's what a typical class session looks like:-Instructor reads from a PowerPoint she didn't create and doesn't explain things further or answer questions.-Instructor has us "discuss" "mini-case studies". This is key-word for everyone socializes while the instructor goes around and socializes.-Someone inevitably complains, and she gives us **** and tells us "just do your reading". In other words, we are required to teach all of the content to ourselves.-We read the entire fundamentals book and our exams feature content we don't even have access to. When we complain, they throw the "these are NCLEX-style questions" blanket-excuse at us, even though the questions are so bad there have been times the answer was 100% unrelated to the question.Let me put it this way: I am actually worried about anyone who has this instructor taking care of patients.Concerns have been raised all the way to the program chair. The situation is still pending.My question: if this avenue fails, is there a way to raise concerns with my state BoN?