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The purpose of this article is to analyze main principles, forms and approaches to education quality evaluation in the process of establishment, development and crucial changes in the state accreditation of educational institutions and study programmes in Russian higher education in the last 20 years. The major research method used in the paper is the qualitative analysis of legal and statistical documents, research papers and accreditation practices, which impacted the development and transformation of accreditation forms in Russia. The transformation process of state accreditation during the last 20 years was conditioned by the changes in the state education policy and socio-economic situation.
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Accreditation is a concept of self-regulation which focuses on self-study and evaluation and on the continuing improvement of educational quality. It is both a process and a result. As a process , it is a form of peer review in which an association of schools and colleges establishes sets of criteria and procedures to encourage high maintenance of standards of education among its affiliate members.
As a result , it is a form of certification granted by a recognized and authorized accrediting agency to an educational program or to an educational institution as possessing certain standards of quality which are over and above those prescribed as minimum requirements for government recognition.
Accreditation is based upon an analysis of the merits of educational operations in the context of the institution's philosophy and objectives. Basic Principles of Accreditation. Characteristics of Accreditation. Requirements for Accreditation. To be accredited by an authorized accrediting agency, an educational institution must demonstrate that it satisfies the following requirements:.
Legal Bases of Accreditation in the Philippines. Among others, it recommended that schools be encouraged to join or organize accrediting associations, and that a Federation of Accrediting Agencies FAAP be established.
The Commission Report better known as the Integrated Reorganization Plan IRP , was approved by President Marcos in his PD and subsequently issued Presidential Decree 6-A, otherwise known as the Educational Development Act of , making accreditation one of the means of upgrading standards of education in the Philippines and providing therein a program of financial assistance.
About Accreditation. Accredited Programs. Accreditation Process. Materials and Template. Search this site. Basic Principles of Accreditation Accreditation is based on accepted standards. Each school seeking accreditation will be surveyed and evaluated in terms of the appropriateness and adequacy of its philosophy and objectives and in terms of the degree and competence with which it achieves its goals. Accreditation is concerned with the teacher-learner relationship. Accreditation provides opportunities for institutional growth through self-study and evaluation and self-regulation.
Accreditation admits periodic review, criticism and readjustment of its criteria, policies and procedures to changes in education. Report abuse.
Twenty years of accreditation in Russian higher education: lessons learnt
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The new Council for Higher Education Accreditation can help restore public faith in voluntary self-regulation by encouraging development of.
Quality is no longer perceived as an institutional internal matter but as one which is of concern to various stakeholders both internally and externally. The existence of Quality Assurance QA system establishes a sense of accountability and clarifies the roles and responsibilities of providers of higher education, local authorities, investors, future employers, students and other delivery partners in ensuring that programs of study and their related support infrastructure are of the highest standards. Accreditation is a form of external quality assurance process under which services and operations of educational institutions or programs are evaluated by an external body accrediting agency to determine if applicable standards are met.
Accreditation is a concept of self-regulation which focuses on self-study and evaluation and on the continuing improvement of educational quality.
Definitions and Purposes of Accreditation
One issue facing countries in transition concerns how to ensure quality for a broader and more diverse set of institutions. Quality assurance processes i. Three questions emerge. Do differences among transition countries relative to central control prior to independence explain the current set of quality assurance mechanisms?
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