The California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education has announced its upcoming Sunset Review Hearing schedule. Here is the verbatim text:

The Sunset Review Hearing for the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education is scheduled for March 28, 2016.

The Senate Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development and the Assembly Committee on Business and Professions, Senate Committee on Education and Assembly Committee on Higher Education, collectively “the Committees,” will hold a joint sunset review oversight hearing to review the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education on March 28th in Room 4203 of the State Capitol upon adjournment of the Senate Floor Session.

The Committees are the standing committees of the Legislature that have oversight jurisdiction over the Department of Consumer Affairs (Department) and Higher Education. It is the responsibility of the Committees to determine whether the State should continue to regulate in this area, and if so, what changes should be made to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of these entities to ensure that the interests of California’s consumers are protected against incompetent practice or illegal activities of these professionals.

The Sunset Review Hearing Date for the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education is:

Hearing Date: Monday, March 28, 2016
Location: Sacramento, State Capitol, Room 4203
Time: Upon Adjournment of Senate Floor Session

The hearing will provide an opportunity for the Committees to hearing testimony from the Bureau and the public. The public is invited to participate through public comment. The hearing will allow 15 minutes for public comment, and 15 minutes for professional individuals and groups or associations. During this time, you will be provided the opportunity to address your comments directly to the Joint Sunset Review Committee.

The Bureau’s Sunset Review Report is available on the Board’s website at:
Volume one:
Volume two:

The Sunset Review Committee will make their “Background Paper” available prior to the hearing on March 28th at the following links:

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