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What Happens if I Don’t Follow State Authorization Regulations?

Risk Management & Compliance

What Happens if I Don’t Follow State Authorization Regulations?

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Those of us in WCET’s State Authorization Network (SAN) and in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA) leadership often get asked these questions:•Does anyone really enforce state authorization in the U.S.?•Why don’t I read in the higher education news about colleges being fined for state authorization violations?States are watching, regulating, and taking action. Let’s start with an example.

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Russ Poulin

Russ Poulin is the director of policy and analysis for WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET). He organizes WCET's national policy and research activities, edits WCET’s Frontiers blog, coordinates WCET's research efforts, and works on e-learning consortia issues. Poulin represented the distance education community in the US Department of Education's 2014 Negotiated Rulemaking process. Previously, he coordinated distance education activities for the North Dakota University System.He holds a BA in mathematics and economics from the University of Colorado Denver and an MS in statistics and research methodology from the University of Northern Colorado.Updated: 01-03-2018

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