A DISTINGUISHED GLOBAL BODY FOR INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
A DISTINGUISHED GLOBAL BODY FOR INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
The National Council for Private School Accreditation, a consortium of accrediting associations for the recognition of early childhood, elementary and secondary private schools, was established in 1993.
As a member of the National Council for Private School Accreditation, the American International Accreditation Association of Schools and Colleges (AIAA) will enjoy the full benefits of our relationship with The International Alliance for School Accreditation and the NCPSA member associations, as well as the recognition bestowed upon NCPSA National School Accreditation at the state and national level.
The Middle States Association is one of six regional accrediting agencies in the United States. We
have nearly 2700 member schools in the United States and more than 100 countries around the world. The Middle States Association is a part of the International Alliance of School Accreditors, along with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Typically accreditation by any U.S. regional accrediting agency is recognized in any region in the United State and around the world. The Middle States Association is recognized by the U.S.
Department of Education and works closely with the U.S. State Department on the accreditation of
international schools attended by the diplomatic corps and U.S citizens living abroad.
I-Schoola is an integrated school-learning management system network for schools and educational institutions that use modern technologies to monitor and manage individual and organizational schools. Through the internet, the system is tailored to serve and develop administrative and educational systems that include school admissions, learning management systems, school management, student-teacher-parent-school connectivity, social network internal monitoring, etc.
The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is a nonprofit membership association that provides services to more than 2,000 schools and associations of schools in the United States and abroad, including more than 1,600 nonprofit, private K-12 schools in the U.S. that are self-determining in mission and program and are governed by independent boards. As the largest association of independent schools, NAIS co-creates the future of education by uniting and empowering our community.
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At present, over 30 AIAASC teachers and school directors are enrolled in an online course with the HGSE on enhancing online teaching for K-12 educators. Harvard is keen to partner with us in AIAASC country schools to co-sponsor faculty development workshops and develop additional online courses on relevant topics.
Open Educational Resource and the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education is a teacher resource bank for teachers at all levels to identify high-quality free resources to adapt, evaluate, and use to address their needs and those of learners. These include K-12 lesson plans, worksheets, activities, interactive mini-lessons, simulations, open digital textbooks, etc. Aimed to grow a sustainable culture of sharing and continuous improvement among educators at all levels, teachers can use the AIAASC Hub to search, browse, evaluate resources, and improve instruction in a growing collection of over 50,000 higher-quality resources.
This educational vendor partnership will allow AIAASC to offer optional programs and services to schools such as individualized learning, fully online courses, diagnostic assessment tools, ESL courses, foundational literacy, etc. This is the first of several vendor relationships we are partnering to provide options for schools to enhance learning. Edmentum will pay a 10% commission to AIAASC on whatever services or products after AIAASC schools’ contract directly with Edmentum. These offerings will start in Turkey and Saudi Arabia first. AIAASC is also in the process of accrediting Edmentum’s online school.
In cooperation with Atlanta English Institute (CHEA recognized) and another Government university (optional), HRD shall provide a set of career development training programs to qualify AIAASC schoolteachers and staff. AIAASC shall certify the teachers and collect the AIAASC stamping fees. Also, HRD provides an external assessment exam – Academic Progress Assessment (APA). The APA exam functions as an external assessment and their product, Renaissance Star 360, is an external assessment tool.
This U.K. -based company operating in Saudi Arabia, will register as an official sponsor of AIAASC with the Saudi Ministry of Education and the Saudi Ministry of Commerce. They will provide offices in Riyadh, Jeddah, and Al Khobar for the AIAASC Regional Managers in case they need to hold meetings with clients or team members and to perform annual stamping activities. In addition, IEC Abroad, upon request from AIAASC, will provide visa invitation letters for the AIAASC officials. AIAASC’s partnership with IEC will allow access to AIAASC school students for their educational consultancy services: college admissions counseling, study abroad documentation, college application, and admissions essay assistance, etc. The company has strong partnerships with several universities in the U.K., Ireland, and Wales including Durham, Sheffield, Cranfield, University of South Wales, Cardiff, University College-Cork, etc. This partnership could provide additional opportunities (see ASIC partnership) for AIAASC school graduates to gain admission into universities.
AIAA has partnered with the internationally-recognized MAP® Growth™ external assessment tools that can be administered by schools up to three times a year to get an accurate view of how much each student has grown over time and what students are ready to learn – so schools can plan instruction and group students based on their specific needs.
EURAS (Eurasian Universities Union) is a non-profit international association (one of the fastest-growing higher education associations), that promotes cooperation among over 110 universities from all across the West and Central Europe, Balkans, Caucasus, Middle East as well as the whole of Asia. The association works for the global advancement of educational standards in the Eurasian region. The partnership will allow AIAASC to participate in EURAS conferences and provide us with networking opportunities. This partnership also extends to working with the Board Chairman of Istanbul Aydin University. Dr. Aydin is the President of the EURAS organization.
South Asia Education Council (SAEC)
Founded in March 2021, SAE Council will be the regional body to connect with all stakeholders – policymakers, schools, colleges, universities, Edtechs, Education consultants, global education organisations, foreign universities, and other collaborators. SAE council aims to revolutionize academic delivery, accessibility, and quality across South Asia to form strategic connections to achieve individual goal and contribute to collective development. The long-term vision of each member of the SAE council is to be kindred spirits working in tandem to achieve seamless regional academic integration and drive South Asia to the forefront of global attention as a hub of academic excellence.
The American International Recruitment Council (AIRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership
association recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission as a
Standards Development Organization (SDO). AIRC champions the interests of international students,
educational institutions, educational agencies, and service providers through the development of
professional standards and partnerships that advance effective and strategic practices in international enrolment management.
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