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Compliance and Regulations


Alexander Education Systems (AES) conducts a voluntary, non-governmental, peer-review process which provides a means of assisting schools and colleges to become stronger and better institutions by setting standards of educational quality, while ensuring that the standards are enforced and maintained. AES seeks to enhance the educational quality of an institution, ensure consistency in institutional operations, promote self-evaluation and institutional improvement, and provide for public accountability within a peer-review and consulting framework. AES promotes institutional accountability by systematically and comprehensively evaluating institutions based upon criteria established via Federal, State and local entities, as well as the Standards of accreditation and industry regulation expectations, as set by industry policies and procedures. Our process provides a foundation and framework 

to assess the quality of education offered by institutions approved by the federal government or state. AES strives to ensure that accredited/approved institutions continually assess and evaluate the education provided, and demonstrate acceptable levels of institutional, student, and graduate success. Proven quality and integrity of institutions and their programs as well as student success are of paramount concern for AES. Ensuring that your institution is regulated and compliant also serves an essential role in institutional and programmatic quality assurance as a critical component of the regulatory "triad" in partnership with federal and state governments that are responsible for the oversight of education institutions. AES is committed to the important role of ensuring the integrity of educational programs as a means of serving the public interest and public accountability.

How we help clients

Alexander Education Systems provides an accountability framework for institutions that first and foremost seeks to ensure that institutions offer well-developed programs that prepare students for their chosen fields of work.

Our Standards of Accreditation outline the expectations for accredited/approved member institutions in such areas as:

  • Management and Administrative Operations,

  • Program Requirements,

  • Effectiveness of Curriculum,

  • Educational Administration and Faculty Qualifications

  • Student Recruiting and Advertising,

  • Admissions Policies and Practices,

  • Student Services,

  • Student Achievement, and

  • Distance Education

All provisions of the Standards of Accreditation are effective as of December 1, 2021 with the exception of those areas that may be subsequently revised or added.

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