EQAC - EDUCATION QUALITY ACCREDITATION COMMISSION
EDUCATION QUALITY ACCREDITATION COMMISSION
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Education Quality Recognition
Global trends affect Education Quality Recognition, calling upon education systems to react, adapt, change and anticipate social and economic needs. As societies are faced with rapid change and become more integrated and knowledge-intensive, a premium is placed on Education Quality Recognition capacity to solve problems, to change, to adapt and to think critically. Increasingly, it is a country’s level of Education Quality Recognition and skills that drives its development. Therefore, life-long learning for all and Education Quality Recognition must become a guiding and organizing principle of educational reform. Education Quality Recognition definitions vary because of the complexity of the issue. There is unlikely to be an universally accepted definition. Host country definitions of Education Quality Recognition may be guided by goals of national, regional, and local concern. Stakeholders operationally prioritize elements of quality. Examples include: academic achievement that reflect minimum standards of numeracy, oral expression, and literacy; conditions of learning such as school/classroom environments, institutional strategies; and instructional resources that strive toward treating all students equally so that students are not hindered because of characteristics such as gender, socioeconomic status, geography, or ethnicity. All this issue affect the Education Quality Recognition policy of each country.