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CIS Perspectives: The Importance to School Communities of Accreditation Award Ceremonies
Posted 22/12/2016 12:00

 

Have you read the latest entry in CIS Perspectives?
 

THE IMPORTANCE TO SCHOOL COMMUNITIES OF ACCREDITATION AWARD CEREMONIES

by Graham Ranger, Director of School Support & Evaluation, CIS

We often say, in accreditation circles, that the process is as important, if not more so, than the accreditation award. Of course, there are many reasons why a school chooses CIS International Accreditation but the most important drivers are those which help the school provide a better international education for its students. We achieve this by asking the school to engage with its community in consultation, through the CIS Community Survey, as part of the Self-Study process through which all constituents are represented and all groups (students; faculty; support staff; Board members; leadership; parents; and sometimes alumni) are involved. It is a community endeavour. …

 

 


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