2015-2016 Accreditation Summary

2015-2016 Accreditation Summary

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FSM School Accreditation System Procedures Manual

FSM School Accreditation System Procedures Manual

The FSM Schools Accreditation Procedures Manual outlines the standards, criteria, rubrics,...

FSM School Accreditation Report September 19, 2014

FSM School Accreditation Report September 19, 2014

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Welcome

Quincy Lawrence
Education Specialist, Accreditation and Bridging Gaps 
Division of Basic Education
 
FSM School Accreditation System
 
Title 40 of the FSM code requires that all schools in the FSM meet required minimum standards and undergo a process of accreditation. The purpose of accreditation is to ensure that all schools provide for students an environment that is conducive to learning. The FSM School Accreditation System is designed to help schools improve the educational services and opportunities they provide for students. The ultimate goal of the FSM School Accreditation System is to raise the level of student academic performance.
 
Purpose
 
The FSM Schools Accreditation Procedures Manual outlines the standards, criteria, rubrics, evaluation procedures, reporting requirements and other administrative details necessary for the effective implementation of the FSM School Accreditation Policy, 2010.
 
Policy
 
The FSM Schools Accreditation Policy is reproduced on pages 5 to 9 of this Procedures Manual.

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The purpose of education in the Federated States of Micronesia shall be to develop its citizens in order to prepare them for participation in self-government and economic and social development; to function as a unifying agent; to bring to the people a knowledge of their islands, the economy, the government, and the people who inhabit the islands; to preserve Micronesian culture and traditions; to convey essential information concerning health, safety, and protection of the island environment; and to provide its citizens with the social, political, professional and vocational skills required to develop the Nation.  To Learn more about the FSM Schools, please visit FSM School Profile: http://www.fsmed.fm/media-publication.

 

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