Current through Reg. 46, No. 53; December 31, 2021
report to the Agency, as directed, the facts and information about their
programs and operations deemed necessary for the proper administration of the
Act and any rules adopted under the Act.
The data to be reported by a school shall include:
(A) student enrollment information for all
employment, and job placement information for all programs approved for an
occupational objective; and
other required information.
(2) The school shall submit the required data
to the Agency on or before the specified date.
(3) The school shall provide the data in an
electronic format prescribed by the Agency unless a different format is
approved in writing by the Agency.
(4) When good cause is shown, the Agency may
extend the deadline for submission of the data required under this section;
however, the extension shall be effective only if authorized in
(5) The Agency may require
schools to maintain on file the verifiable documentation supporting the data
reported and make it available to the Agency upon request.
(b) The Agency shall develop and apply data
monitoring and audit protocols for the data reported under subsection (a) of
this section, in a manner sufficient to reasonably determine the accuracy of
the reported information.
Agency may impose penalties or sanctions, or both, for failure to submit data
under subsection (a) of this section by the due dates required, or for
submission of data that is shown to contain inaccuracies.
For any programs not meeting a minimum
employment rate for program graduates in jobs related to the stated occupation,
as referenced in §807.131(b), the following graduated corrective actions
will be taken:
(1) For a program not meeting
the minimum employment rate for the first year, the school will be required to
develop and submit a performance improvement plan acceptable to the
(2) For a program not
meeting the minimum employment rate for the second consecutive year, but
showing improvement of at least 50% of the difference between the reported rate
and the minimum employment rate of the previous year, the school will be
required to reexamine and submit modifications to the performance improvement
plan acceptable to the Agency;
For a program not meeting the minimum employment rate for the second
consecutive year and not showing improvement of at least 50% of the difference
between the reported rate and the minimum employment rate of the previous year,
conditions will be placed on the school's certificate, which include:
(A) modification of the performance
improvement plan; and
suspension of new enrollment of students funded with Local Workforce
Development Board-allocated funds in the program; and
(4) For a program not meeting the minimum
employment rate for the third consecutive year, the Agency will revoke approval
of the program.
Agency shall publish on its website information compiled from:
(1) data reported under subsection (a) of
this section; and
information collected about schools and programs deemed appropriate and useful
to the public, which:
(A) assists a person in
deciding whether to enroll in a school or in identifying or choosing which
postsecondary institution, school, or college to attend; and
(B) addresses regulatory compliance and
performance of schools.
(3) The Agency, to the extent practical,
shall present the published information in a manner that is consistent among
institutions, schools, and colleges; easy to understand; and accessible to the