ILLINOIS REGISTER 7699
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS
institution's control and were demonstrably related to the institution's ability to
prepare for the review.
e) Each accredited educational unit shall annually submit to the State Superintendent
of Education, in a format defined by the State Superintendent and no later than
August 30 according to a timeline announced at least six months in advance:
1) a report that describes any significant changes or planned changes in the
unit or its programs, updates any information previously provided as
needed, and provides institutional data that describe the results of unit and
program assessments and the actions taken or planned to address areas
identified for improvement; and
2) an annual report specific to each approved program offered by the
institution that conveys summary data about the program's overall
structure, faculty, and candidates, and the results of various assessments;
3) as relevant to the institution, a report on all programs provided by the
institution that have been approved as an alternative route to certification
under Sections 25.65 andSection 25.67 of this Part.
f) If relevant to the institution, the report required under subsection (e) of this
Section shall include a description of how the unit has addressed any applicable
standards identified during the most recent review of the unit and its programs as
"not met" or "met with areas for improvement". However, for institutions that
have been assigned "Continuing Accreditation with Conditions" or "Probation",
this description shall not be required in those years in which the institution is
required to submit a special report or is subject to a focused or full visit as
discussed in Section 25.125(j) of this Part.
g) No later than April 7 of each year, each institution shall report to the State Board
of Education, using a form supplied by the Board, on its program completers' pass
rates on the examinations required for initial certification pursuant to this Part and
other information required by Title II of the Higher Education Act [20 USCA
1027]. Further, each institution shall make this information readily available to
the public on an annual basis and shall include it in or with publications routinely
sent to potential applicants, guidance counselors, and prospective employers of
the institution's program completers.
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