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IMPORTANCE

OF ACCREDITATION

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WHAT IS ACCREDITATION?

According to the U.S. Department of Education, accreditation is “the recognition that an institution maintains standards requisite for its graduates to gain admission to other reputable institutions of higher learning or to achieve credentials for professional practice.” The goal of accreditation is to ensure that education provided by institutions meets acceptable levels of American educational quality.

The U.S. Department of Education “does not have the authority to accredit private or public elementary or secondary schools,” and the Department does not recognize accrediting bodies for the accreditation of private or public elementary and secondary schools. However, the U.S. Department of Education does recognize accrediting bodies for the accreditation of institutions of higher (postsecondary) education. If an accrediting body which is recognized by the Department for higher education also accredits elementary and secondary schools, the Department’s recognition applies only to the agency’s accreditation of postsecondary institutions.

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WHAT AIAASC IS DOING?

AIAASC focuses on providing guidance to the school’s management and teaching staff on innovative educational systems. Additionally, AIAASC requires their member schools to provide assurances that the grades assigned to students accurately reflect the students’ work. Additionally, AIAASC monitors each of its member school’s issuance of student grades for possible grade inflation.

 

This includes checking the transcripts that AIAASC stamps and forwards to the Ministry of Education. It also involves random spot checking to see if transcripts appear to be grade inflated. If so, we then request to see the entire work of the student that led to the assignment of that grade. If we find that the grades assigned do not accurately reflect the student’s work, we take steps to resolve the issue with the school, by placing the school on probation or revoking the accreditation status of the school.

 

Real success is not built on false achievements! We assert to help students succeed in college life and career life. We must avoid the trap of giving students and their families an inflated sense of their accomplishments.

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WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW!

We are working in parallel with parents’ goals of achieving the best for their children. Choosing accredited schools for your children is a critical decision to ensure that their education and high school degrees is valued internationally among educational institutions. Graduating from an accredited school is an important factor to being admitted to colleges and universities. Becoming accredited by AIAASC is not easily granted for schools. The process of accrediting with AIAASC requires the school to demonstrate excellency in their systems, practices and policies. They will also be required to abide by a set of standards that are accepted and recognized globally.

 

Attending an AIAASC accredited school is definitely something to be proud of. Through our programs associated with our partners, AIAASC provides students with certified courses that they can use to build their resumes to apply for higher education and eventually to enroll in programs in colleges.  One of AIAASC’s virtues is to prepare students for future careers starting from early school education. 

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What AIAASC is Doing

According to the U.S. Department of Education, accreditation is “the recognition that an institution maintains standards requisite for its graduates to gain admission to other reputable institutions of higher learning or to achieve credentials for professional practice.” The goal of accreditation is to ensure that education provided by institutions meets acceptable levels of American educational quality.

The U.S. Department of Education “does not have the authority to accredit private or public elementary or secondary schools,” and the Department does not recognize accrediting bodies for the accreditation of private or public elementary and secondary schools. However, the U.S. Department of Education does recognize accrediting bodies for the accreditation of institutions of higher (postsecondary) education. If an accrediting body which is recognized by the Department for higher education also accredits elementary and secondary schools, the Department’s recognition applies only to the agency’s accreditation of postsecondary institutions.

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