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What is Educational Accreditation?

Educational accreditation reviews the academic and organizational structures of a college or university. Accreditation is a practice of recognizing progress, quality and reputation of educational institutes and qualifies them for the certainty of the educational community and people in general. In the United States, this acknowledgment is broadened generally through nongovernmental, voluntary membership affiliations that set up accreditation standards, and endorsing educational institutions that meet the measures. Institutions accredited or pre-accredited by USDOE time to time analyze their objectives, activities, and accomplishments. USDOE then conduct professional investigation by peer evaluators, and give proposals for better future plans


VISION

The vision of USDOE is to promote education in every field of life and to support professional education, training, and strong employment skills.

MISSION

USDOE’s mission is to promote, establish and preserve the best quality standards globally by offering authentic information, training, and networking to educational institutes, students, and to professionals.

Beyond the Horizon: The 2021 Strategic Plan

USDOE’s 2021 strategic plan, comprises imperative steps that the organization will adopt in the coming years. The organization has proposed five strategic tools which as follows:

  • • Member satisfaction
  • • Advancement
  • • Student’s progress
  • • Advocacy
  • • Leadership

All these points are marked highly imperative by the USDOE in 2021 for a better future of its members and other stakeholders.

What is Educational Accreditation?

Educational accreditation reviews the academic and organizational structures of a college or university.

Accreditation is a practice of recognizing educational institutes for progress, quality, and reputation that qualifies them for the certainty of the educational community and people in general. In the United States, this acknowledgment is broadened generally through nongovernmental, voluntary membership affiliations that set up accreditation standards, assess organizations in contrast to that standards, and endorsing organizations that meet the measures. Institutions accredited or pre-accredited by USDOE time to time analyze their objectives, activities, and accomplishments. USDOE then conduct professional investigation by peer evaluators, and give proposals for better future plans. Since the accreditation status of an organization is investigated intermittently, establishments are urged toward self-improvement.

What is the purpose of Educational Accreditation?

Accreditation is important because it gives the assurance to the public, in particular to prospective students, that you, as an education provider, meet education quality standards in the global market. The core purpose of educational accreditation include:

  • • Improvement
  • • Recognition
  • • Promotion
  • • Networking
  • • Quality control
  • • Query management

Accredited institutes ensure the best practices that will be offered to the students who search for higher education opportunities in the international market.