(A) The board shall maintain a cooperative relationship with the council on chiropractic education (hereinafter "CCE"). The board may accept the "CCE" designations of "full accreditation" and "recognized candidate for accreditation" of a chiropractic educational institution or program, and grant board approval of those institutions or programs for graduates of a Doctor of Chiropractic degree program to be eligible for Ohio licensure. If the "CCE" removes accreditation from an institution or program, the board may ratify this decision by removing its approval, permitting the institution or program the due process procedures contained within Chapter 119. of the Revised Code. However, the board need only prove that the "CCE" has withdrawn its accreditation for the board to revoke its approval of the program or institution.
(B) The board shall, in good faith, participate to the extent possible in the activities and programs of the "CCE", to the extent that the interests of the board and of the "CCE" are consistent.