Your assertion is that working while in school will automatically produce an inferior provider. That simply isn't so. Insinuating that someone CAN'T be successful as an AA unless they meet YOUR self-proclaimed standards of effort required is BS.
On an anonymous board, I'm certainly not going to give you specific examples, but I can tell you there are people in ALL the AA programs, including yours, that have worked at one time or another during the program and have come out just fine.
Perhaps you're one of the ones who is struggling just to stay above water and has to study 24/7. For some, that's what it takes. For others, IT DOESN'T! You simply aren't the one that gets to decide for another individual what they can or cannot, should or should not do.