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Accreditation International (Ai) provides a broad range of services in cooperation with the International Council for Education, Council on Occupational Education, and participating persons and corporations inside and outside of the United States.

Some of the Services for Students, Institutions, and Education Professionals include:

U.S. Education Institutions Student placement assistance

  • Secondary Schools 7-12
  • Community Colleges
  • Universities

Institution Development and Improvement

  • New School and Educational Program Development
  • Evaluation of Programs, Courses, Curricula, Instruction, Assessments, and/or Institution
  • Accountability and School Reform Systems for Governments, Corporations, and Schools
  • Partner Schools Worldwide
  • Recruitment of American Teachers and Principals
  • International Education Leadership Certificate Program

Education Experts

  • Development and Improvement
  • Conferences, Workshops, and Classes
  • Consulting Experts in all fields of Education
  • Special intensive Training Courses for Teachers, Principals, Board Members, and other Leaders in Education, including Government Officials and University Professors

U.S. Study Tours for Students, Teachers, Principals, & Education Leaders

China & Other International Study Tours for Students, Teachers, Principals, & Education Leaders

English Language Programs and Culture Summer Camps

  • USA – English and Chinese
  • China – English and Chinese


“I believe that education is the fundamental method of social progress and reform. All reforms which rest simply upon the law, or the threatening of certain penalties, or upon changes in mechanical or outward arrangements, are transitory and futile…. But through education society can formulate its own purposes, can organize its own means and resources, and thus shape itself with definiteness and economy in the direction in which it wishes to move…. Education thus conceived marks the most perfect and intimate union of science and art conceivable in human experience.”

John Dewey, 1897