NCAAA

AcronymDefinition
NCAAANational Center of Afro-American Artists (Boston, MA)
NCAAANorth Central Area Agency on Aging (Hartford, CT)
NCAAANational Conference on African-Americans and AIDS
NCAAANorth Cheektowaga Amateur Athletic Association (Cheektowaga, New York)
NCAAANational Commission for Academic Accreditation and Assessment
NCAAANational Council for Academic Assessment and Accreditation
NCAAANon-Competitive Alternative Activity Association (Humber College; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
NCAAANational Citizens' Academy Alumni Association
NCAAANorthern California Assistant/Apprentice Association
NCAAANational County Agricultural Agents Association
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Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Saudi Arabia, Riyadh: NCAAA, 2009.
Leading the celebration is the NCCA's Subcommission on the Arts, which is composed of, aside from the NCAAA, the National Committees on Music, Cinema, Dance, Literary Arts, Dramatic Arts and the Visual Arts.
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Speaking to Arab News, Keshav Sreedharan, regional exam manager at the British Council, told a meeting with representatives of 75 schools of the Kingdom that the council is currently working with the National Commission for Assessment and Academic Accreditation (NCAAA) under the agreement between British Council and NCAAA.
The handbook also mentions obtaining international accreditation, although taken into account, will not replace regular NCAAA reviews.