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  • NCPSA – National Council for Private School Accreditation Accreditation International (Ai) is an approved and recognized member in good standing with the National Council for Private School Accreditation and has cooperative accreditation, transferability of credits, and grade placement policies and agreements with the NCPSA member accrediting associations.
  • Council on Occupational Education In 2010, the Council on Occupational Education (COE), is celebrating its 39th year of assuring quality and integrity in career and technical education. The COE accreditation process is conducted on behalf of more than 181,000 students nationally and internationally who pursue careers in a variety of technical fields.

  Partners & Education  

  • US Immigration and Customs Enforcement – Department of Homeland Security The Department of Homeland Security have approved NCPSA and its members’ schools to be able to accept F-1 Non-Immigrant Foreign Students into their schools upon submitting application materials.                               
  • United States Department of Education and the Office of Non-Public Education The US Department of Education has listed NCPSA on its Office of Non-Public Education website and provided a link to the NCPSA website.   The US Department of Education does not recognize accrediting bodies for the accreditation of private or public elementary and secondary schools. ONPE is the liaison to the nonpublic school community for the U.S. Department of Education.
  • International Council for Education Provides a wide variety of educational services to support accreditation and the development of schools and other educational entities.  Some examples are Study Tours for students, teachers, and leaders;  US Study opportunities at all levels;  conferences, seminars, and workshops; program and school-wide consulting, and English language/testing institutes, programs, and courses.
  • TELED Consultants International TCI provides educational consulting primarily for the purpose of strengthening and/or establishing accrediting associations.  TCI services are used by national and international accrediting agencies,  governments, corporations, universities, schools, and other educational entities.

Continual Greatness

Accreditation in the United States is a voluntary, nongovernmental process, in which an institution and its programs are evaluated against standards for measuring quality.
Accreditation has three goals for educational entities:
  • quality assurance
  • plan for continuous school improvement
  • educational development of new or existing institutions.
Accreditation of a school and other educational entities provides to their publics voluntary accountability, documented school credibility, democratic practices, assurance of national and international standards of education, and distinguished as a model school or other educational entity.
Accreditation enlists in its performance strategies:
  • National and International Standards with Quality Indicators
  • Institutional Self Studies
  • Evaluation and Opinion Surveys of Students, Parents, Teachers, Administrators, Staff, Board, and Community.
  • Site Visits for Review Evaluation, and Monitoring.
  • Transparency of its Publications, Standards, Policies, and Procedures.
  • Annual Reports, Monitoring,  and   Re-evaluation Cycles