Accreditation

by Yenda Giovanatto

by Yenda Giovanatto

Congratulations to ESLA staff and students for receiving Accreditation!

On December 12th 2013, LASC was granted accreditation by ACCET – A Partnership for Quality®. Not many schools are accredited and it takes years of hard work and constant academic improvement to become accredited.

ACCET is listed by The U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.

The U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security have made it a requirement that all language schools in the United States become accredited. Schools that do not become accredited will eventually close.

Being accredited gives students security that ESLA is constantly providing quality academic programs and hiring and training highly qualified staff.

LASC would like to thank the ESLA Accreditation Team for leading the ESLA staff and students in achieving accreditation. The team worked long hours to strengthen academic programs, improve policies, and train staff, to prepare the school for accreditation.

 

Glossary:

Accreditation (noun)Giving approval to a school that meets high education standards.

ACCET (noun): The Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training.

U.S. Department of Education (noun): Formed in 1979, collects information about schools, provides assistance to schools, and enforces education laws.

Recognized (adjective): show official appreciation of, reward formally.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (noun): Formed in 2002, helps regulate immigration and protects the U.S. from foreign attacks, man-made accidents, and natural disasters.

Requirement (noun): something that must be done.

Security (noun): the state of being safe, protected, and confident.

Quality (adjective): having a high degree of excellence, having great value, superior to other things of a similar kind.

Qualified (adjective): having the necessary skill, experience, and knowledge to do a job well.

ESLA Accreditation Team (noun): a team consisting of a Campus Director, Head Teacher, and Administrative Staff member; created for the purpose of preparing each campus for accreditation and managed by the Academic Director and CEO.

Policies (noun): the rules and regulations that a business, individual, or government follows.

LASC Irvine Accreditation Team

LASC Irvine Accreditation Team

ESLA Accreditation Team
ESLA Accreditation Team 

LASC LA Accreditation Team

LASC LA Accreditation Team

 

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