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Title: CCE Faces Department of Education — Insider’s View with Dr. Steve Tullius
Host: Dr. Thomas Lamar
Show Date: 12/14/11
Run Time: 38:08
Description: BREAKING NEWS — Today marks a Banner Day in ChiropracTIC and a major score for the Movement for Chiropractic Quality and Integrity! Today the Council of Chiropractic Education (CCE) faced the U.S. Department of Education’s National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI) to answer to their history of unacceptable behavior of failing to represent the voice of the chiropractic profession.
Dr. Jay Komarek, one of the many chiropracTORS that showed up in Washington DC to testify and show support, stated, “I literally watched a member of the CCE choke on his words as he was confronted with this behavior.” Bottom line: The Council was given 12 months to clear up 41 violations including failure to represent the profession.
Today on Spinal Column Radio Dr. Steve Tullius, one of the main drivers in leading this movement that called the CCE to the mat, joins us via telephone from our nation’s capital to give us an insider’s view as to what went down today.
ChiropracTORS…. Today was just the start…. the Momentum is in our Favor… let’s Charge Forward and make the Necessary Change!
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Dr. Steve Tullius
joins SCR via telephone from Washington D.C. with his report following the 12/14/11 CCE hearing before the U.S. Department of Education
– SCR Episode 093 – Interview with Dr. Arno Burnier on the Movement to Restore Integrity to the CCE
– SCR Episode 102 – Interview with Dr. Matthew McCoy on the Perfect Storm in Chiropractic
• Links to NACIQI hearings:
– Transcript (pg 107 – 300)
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