• EDUCATION QUALITY
    EDUCATION QUALITY
  • EDUCATION QUALITY
    EDUCATION QUALITY

Education Quality Indicators

Education Quality Accreditation Commission

 

 

PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION QUALITY AND ACCREDITATION

 

Understanding and evaluating the education quality requires a comprehensive picture of the unique and complex characters of the system that produced them. The following Education Quality framework is designed to place learning outcomes and educational achievements in perspective.

 

The Education Quality Accreditation Commission vision of the Education Quality supports on: European recognition directives in education quality and training, ECTS Credits from the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, USA recognition directives in education quality and training, USA education accreditation indicators, other independent education accreditation references, education industry quality assurance standards, education quality indicators, UNESCO policy on education quality, personal excellence and achievements.

 

In nearly every country, higher education is controlled and monitored by the national government, which promulgates higher education quality and policy. As free markets, open frontiers, and individualism spread around the world, however, many nations are adapting their higher education systems to the more liberal, competitive and diverse. Accreditation is one of the major factors behind this global trend. Accreditation reflects the comparative advantages of numerous and diverse institutions and methods of higher education quality, and respects its core values of autonomy, self-governance, scholarship, and the assurance of academic quality through peer review. Today, higher education quality is emerging as a diverse, competitive, decentralized "system," with vibrant private and public sectors in which colleges and universities enjoy comparatively high autonomy.

 

Employers, parents, students, and others look to organizations of educational accreditation for consistent and reliable information about the quality of educational institutions, and increasingly, seek to participate in the process itself. There is no single model for providing the information and involvement which are so important for public accountability, and each organizations of educational accreditation will want to relate, in terms of its own structure and procedures, how it ensures this accountability and education quality.

 

 

Education Quality Indicators

 

EUROPEAN INDICATORS

 

AMERICAN INDICATORS

 

INTERNATIONAL INDICATORS

 

INDEPENDENT INDICATORS

 

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