86-1-12 Monitoring courses; withdrawal of approval.
- Approved courses and instructors may be monitored by the Commission
through classroom visitations, with or without prior notice, and by
survey of course participants.
- Commission evaluation of an instructor shall address whether
the approved course syllabus is adequately covered. If the Commission
determines that the instructor's presentations do not reflect current
real estate knowledge or allow the student to meet objectives of the
course, the evaluation report shall specify these deficiencies. The
evaluation may include a rating of the instructor's knowledge of the
subject matter and ability to effectively instruct.
- A written report shall be furnished to the school coordinator
regarding any unsatisfactory evaluation of an instructor. If an instructor
receives a second unsatisfactory evaluation, the instructor's approval
to teach the course may be withdrawn. Written notification of this
action shall be given to the school coordinator and the instructor.
The notification shall outline the reasons for withdrawal of approval.
If the school coordinator and instructor show satisfactory evidence
that deficiencies have been corrected, the Commission may reinstate
approval of the instructor to teach the course.
- When approval of an instructor is withdrawn, the school may
assign another approved instructor to teach the course. If another
instructor is not designated to teach the course, approval of the
course shall be withdrawn for any subsequent offerings of the course
by the school.
- The Commission may also withdraw course approval for falsification
of attendance records or failure to comply with any provision of
K.A.R. 86-1-10 or K.A.R. 86-1-17.
- Withdrawal of course approval during class sessions in process
shall not affect credit given to students who are attending the
course. The Commission may reinstate approval of a course upon satisfactory
evidence that deficiencies have been corrected.
(Authorized by K.S.A. 74-4202(b); implementing K.S.A. 58-3046a, as amended by 1995
SB 123, § 4; effective, T-86-31, Sept. 24, 1985; effective May 1, 1986; amended Nov. 17, 1995.)