A considerable amount of discussion and work has taken place since the 2019 federal rule requiring licensure disclosures came into effect. On this special episode, created by SAN's Professional Licensure Special Interest Team, hear experts reflect and discuss the 30,000' view of this important Title IV requirement. Join the State Authorization Network's Special Interest Team, Emily Woods and Erika Swain for conversation with experts Shari Miller of Institutional Compliance MATTERS, Cheryl Dowd of WCET's State Authorization Network and Jeannie Yockey-Fine, general counsel for NC-SARA and state regulation expert.
As part of SAN's 10th Birthday Celebration, Russ Poulin and Megan Raymond return to discuss how a little-noticed federal regulation in 2010 created SAN. We also talk movies, musicals, and mountain biking.
You can find the transcript here. Thanks so much for listening.
We were lucky to chat with Nancy Spector of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), who discussed nursing regulation and how her organization created a very helpful resource for institutions working on their professional licensure disclosures. Here is a great article she wrote on BON approval for RN programs and here is the transcript of the conversation.
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This month, Jeannie Yockey-Fine, general counsel for NC-SARA, joined us for an informative discussion about she has seen state authorization develop over the years and from her previous roles as a regulator and representing institutions as outside counsel. We also touch on bowling, ducks, and video game soundtracks.
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We share a wide-ranging conversation with Lindsay McKenzie, who covers state authorization (and other regulatory beats) for Inside Higher Ed.
We discuss how she found her way to state authorization (the story will sound familiar to SAN members), how state authorization fits with other aspects of higher ed regulation, and how she cultivates her sources. We also touch on the Retraction Watch and the work of Ed Yong at the Atlantic. With our usual discussion of musicals at the end, there is truly something for everyone in this episode.
Here is the transcript, for those who are interested. Thanks again for listening.
Are you new to state authorization compliance? If so, then this episode with Yolanda Cunningham is especially for you. (But veterans will enjoy, too.) We talk about tips for getting started, tips for keeping up the progress, and have a spirited discussion of classic musicals.
We hope you enjoy the conversation.
Jon Becker of Virginia Commonwealth University joins us for a lively discussion of education technology, regulation, and a helpful breakdown of common acronyms: OPM, LMS, CMS (oh my.)
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Emily Woods from the University of Kentucky chimed in with additional context and insights from the interviews she completed with leaders of two professional licensure compacts: the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) and the Nurse Licensure Compact.
We also dusted off the Regulation of the Month segment by highlighting an interesting regulation of the Washington board overseeing psychologists. And Cheryl is almost stumped on a musicals question.
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Katie Hoffman, project manager in the office of assessment and accreditation support at the University of San Francisco, joined us to discuss state-by-state approvals in the time of COVID, how her institution is transitioning quickly to online learning, and her perspective on assessment. And a question about musicals finally stumps Cheryl.
We were thrilled that Angela Lee, Executive Director of the Higher Education Licensure Commission for the District of Columbia, joined us for a lively conversation. She gave great insights into what regulators look for from institutions in general. She also provided some information about her office's response to COVID-19. We pointed out a pre-professional educational requirements for aspiring dentists in New York and concluded with Cheryl's thoughts on the many roles of musicals.