What is accreditation?
Accreditation is a voluntary method of quality assurance developed more than 100 years ago by American universities and secondary schools. The goal of accreditation is to evaluate, verify, and improve an institution’s quality.
What does our Cognia Accreditation status mean to you?
Children who receive high-quality early childhood education are better prepared to succeed in elementary and secondary classrooms.
Those children who actively engage in early learning programs:
- are more social,
- earn better grades,
- require less or need no special education instruction later in school,
- improve their attention spans,
- are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college,
- exhibit fewer behavioral problems and
- are less likely to become involved with crime in later years.
But more importantly, these children are better positioned for long term success.
You can be assured that early learning schools awarded Cognia Accreditation not only meet educational standards, but also provide the safe, encouraging and nurturing environment so critical to the development of young children.