What does full accreditation for schools mean?

Answer Accreditation is the formal process of self-examination done by individual schools to determine the quality of the school and effectiveness of the education experience. This process studies school ... Read More »

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What does accreditation mean for nursing schools?

The accreditation process allows nursing schools to voluntarily seek review from official organizations capable of accurately evaluating the standards and excellence of their academic programs. Nur... Read More »

What type of accreditation did Massachusetts schools of practical nursing have in 1985?

In 1985, the nursing schools were accredited by the National League for Nursing, or NLN, which was established in 1977. It wasn't until 1996 that the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commiss... Read More »

Accreditation for Culinary Schools?

The rise of food culture in America has created a boom in culinary education. Schools that once turned out assembly-line-style cooks for institutional work are now called upon to train a generation... Read More »

Accreditation of Vocational Schools?

Contrary to popular belief, higher education institutions don't require accreditation. A college or vocational school requests accreditation from a reputable organization. If the school meets the c... Read More »