Current through Register Vol. 33, No. 7, April 5, 2022
EPPs shall fully cooperate with the comprehensive state
approval process. The department shall develop and publish on the department
website an EPP manual outlining the comprehensive site visit process that shall
include all documents necessary for the state approval. Site visits shall occur
every three years on a calendar determined by the department unless the status
of a program, as outlined in
NMAC, changes in a way that merits more frequent visits.
The comprehensive state approval process
shall assess the performance of the EPP on the four components of the quality
(1) curriculum design and
(3) candidate quality;
comprehensive state approval site visit shall include the following three
Self-evaluation. EPPs shall
complete the self-evaluation documents in the EPP manual prior to the site
visit. Documents shall be submitted to the department at least four weeks prior
to the site visit. Documents shall include the following:
(a) quality review rubric;
(b) quality review worksheets for each of the
four key components on the quality review rubric; and
(c) data and other documentation listed as
supplemental evidence in the EPP manual accompanied by any releases for such
information, if necessary.
(2) Comprehensive state approval site visit.
The certified review team shall conduct the site visit and review the EPP using
the quality review rubric.
Summative conference. The certified review team shall debrief the site visit
with the EPP and present their initial findings.
At the end of the comprehensive state
approval site visit, the EPP shall be assessed on its overall performance and
shall be rated with one of the following site visit classifications defined in
the EPP manual:
(4) developing; or
D. The certified review team shall release a
final written report to the EPP containing the EPP's scores on each component
of the quality review rubric and their overall performance no later than 90
calendar days after the comprehensive state approval site visit.
E. EPPs shall have 30 calendar days after
receiving the report to submit a response, in writing, to the department to
indicate any alleged factual errors and to provide any documentation deemed
necessary to support the allegations. If, after review of the EPP's response,
the department determines the error to be valid, the report shall be amended
within 20 calendar days.
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