A’Takamul’s systems-oriented Accreditation Process helps us make the most of our talents and resources with a balanced, systemic approach combining Standards,stakeholder feedback and student performance to measure quality programs, relationships and results.
American International Accreditation Association of Schools and Colleges (AIAASC) is legally approved by the New York Board of Education. AIAASC is a division of American Education Consulting Associates (ECA), a New York State not-for-profit Corporation (501-C3) established in 1992.
A’Takamul International School is proud to be recognized as a member of the ECIS, a vibrant network of thoughtful doers and change-makers. To be part of the ECIS member community, representing over 425+ schools at every level of education, we know we are privy to an abundance of strategy, inspiration and daring innovative projects that would help us shape and enhance our own objectives.
A’Takamul International School is proud of its induction into the member panel of AAIE. AAIE is a non-profit, membership-based international organization that partners with educational institutions and associations worldwide to exchange international ideas, resources and research that help develop and improve international education, to diversify and expand school leadership capacity.
For more than 50 years, NESA has been dedicated to educator professional growth to improve student learning. We deliver on this mission via intertwined systems of care and quality programming, focusing not only on ideas and knowledge, but also on nurturing and relationships that allow for transformational learning and system impact.
NESA programs are curated to foster deep understanding and support sustained and systemic solutions that impact student learning.
NWEA, formerly known as the Northwest Evaluation Association, is a research-based organization that creates academic assessments for students pre-K-12. NWEA assessments are used by over 9,500 schools and districts in 145 countries. Its primary assessment product is the MAP Suite, a collection of formative and interim assessments that help teachers identify unique student learning needs, track skill mastery, and measure academic growth over time.
By testing students three times over the school year, MAP assessments attempt to track student growth over time in order to help educators plan curriculum that matches a student’s ability, and provides a method of visualizing the student’s educational progression.
The general education system consists of four levels: kindergarten, or nursery (lasting for 2 years), primary (lasting for 5 years), intermediate (lasting for 4 years), and secondary (lasting for 3 years). Schooling at the primary and intermediate level is compulsory for all students aged 6 – 14. All the levels of state education, including higher education, are free. There are two main ministries involved in the development of the education sector: the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Higher Education.