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Publication September 2019 | 9 pages

S-SARA Manual
SREB-SARA Regional Steering Committee Guidelines and Procedures

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Version 1 of the SREB-SARA Regional Steering Committee Guidelines and Procedures manual is now available. In addition to the NC-SARA manual, this compact-specific publication is a guide for regional steering committee members to enforce state authorization policies, as well as a resource to support state portal entities as they manage and assist SARA institutions with daily state authorization operations.

Featured Post September 2019 | 9 pages | (19T01)

S-SARA Manual
Regional Steering Committee Guidelines and Procedures Manual

Version 1 of the SREB-SARA Regional Steering Committee Guidelines and Procedures manual is now available. In addition to the NC-SARA manual, this compact-specific publication is a guide for regional steering committee members to enforce state authorization policies, as well as a resource to support state portal entities as they manage and assist SARA institutions with daily state authorization operations.

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SECRRA Dissolve Date
June 2017: SECRRA No Longer Needed with National Reciprocity Agreement

The regional reciprocity agreement associated with SREB’s Electronic Campus Regional Reciprocity Agreement (SECRRA) dissolved June 30, 2017. Courses and programs listed on the Electronic Campus that students completed by June 30, 2017, through SECRRA, benefited from the reciprocity agreement of SECRRA. Courses and programs that students began after June 30, 2017, were not covered by SECRRA-based agreements.

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Elisa Jaden
Program Coordinator, Education Technology and Multistate Cooperative Programs

Elisa Jaden facilitates the Academic Common Market, the Regional Contract program, the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) and the Education Technology Cooperative. In this role, she tracks developments in state- and national-level policy related to state authorization, governance, program approval, accreditation, and licensure or related areas; then analyzes the potential impact of those developments and changes to provides intelligence to the regional SARA director, regional compact leaders, and relevant state and institutional authorities and personnel.