NEASC

AcronymDefinition
NEASCNew England Association of Schools and Colleges (also seen as NEASAC; Bedford, MA)
NEASCNew England Atlantic Salmon Committee
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Under the agreement, signed by Dr Abdullah Al Karam, director general of KHDA, Cameron Staples, chairman of the NEASC Board, and Kenneth Quigley, president of Curry College, joint KHDA inspection and NEASC preliminary accreditation team visits will be conducted for the benefit of all US curriculum private schools.
In the section on library and information resources, NEASC affirms: "The institution provides appropriate orientation and training for use of these resources, as well as instruction in basic information literacy" (NEASC, 2001, standard 7.
Founded in 1883, Atlantic Union College, after several troubled years, lost NEASC accreditation mainly because of finances and declining enrollment.
This emerging model that links engagement to accreditation is not unique to NEASC and NCA; other accrediting bodies and disciplinary organizations are also beginning to include engagement as a key criterion.
Besides Rockland, just south of Boston, five other Massachusetts high schools also found themselves on probation from NEASC, which is responsible for renewing their accreditation (Rockland's comes due in 2011).
Contact: Jacob Ludes III, NEASC, 209 Burlington Road, Bedford, MA.
In September, Saint John's hosted a visiting accreditation team from the NEASC for an intensive three-day visit.
Beaver Country Day School is a NEASC accredited school, grades six through 12, located just three miles west of Boston in Brookline, Mass.
NEASC membership requires that a school undergo a self-study and formal evaluation at least once every 10 years.
Under the agreement signed by Dr Abdulla Al Karam, Director General of KHDA; Cameron Staples, Chairman of the NEASC Board; and Kenneth Quigley, President of Curry College; joint KHDA inspection and NEASC preliminary accreditation team visits will be conducted for the benefit of all US curriculum private schools.