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State-Level Policies Regarding Accreditation in Public Schools MS Word - Accreditation policies vary greatly among the states. While many states do not require schools or school districts to obtain accreditation, all states assess the performance of the public schools in some fashion. Accreditation involves the placement of a school or school district into a specific status based on an evaluation of the operations of the institution. This is a multi-state compilation of accreditation policies. (Education Commission of the States, September 1, 1998)...


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