Amman - The Arab Organization for Quality Assurance in Education (AROQA), chaired by Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, has signed a cooperation agreement with Al-Saadah College Schools seeking to obtain the academic accreditation of schools in the application of quality standards, provided by the organization.
Under this agreement, the two parties aim to cooperate and contribute to promoting the culture of quality and academic accreditation of schools and to exchange experiences related to their fields to enhance development in accordance with academic standards.
The implementation of quality standards and academic accreditation includes aspects related to the development of vision and objectives that keep up with the rapid educational developments in the world of knowledge. It also includes the development of governance and leadership to support continuous improvement efforts and the application of modern and advanced methods of teaching and education with effective curricula. It uses a comprehensive evaluation system along with the documentation of results to measure the extent of development and improvement, in addition to the provision of technical resources necessary to support the educational process and maintain the commitment to continuous enhancement in order to ensure quality assurance and development.
Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Chairman of the Arab Organization for Quality Assurance in Education, expressed his pride at cooperating with the Al-Saadah College Schools to provide quality assurance and academic accreditation services, and expanding the organization's experiences and expertise.
Abu-Ghazaleh also indicated that the organization developed the standards of academic accreditation for educational institutions in accordance with international standards. The organization has devoted all its resources and expertise to promoting the culture of quality and academic accreditation in order to boost education in Arab countries to a distinguished level.
Dr. Nabil Kharman, Headmaster of Al-Saadah College Schools, expressed his high appreciation for the organization's role in developing and improving the Arab education level. He pointed out that the schools aim through this cooperation is to keep pace with the professional, practical and scientific developments and changes and to produce qualified generations according to the highest standards, and the latest developments in the world of knowledge.
He warmly thanked HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, stating that through this cooperation, the schools also aspire to develop governance and leadership and to apply modern and advanced methods of teaching and education.
The Arab Organization for Quality Assurance in Education (AROQA) is an international non-profit organization founded in Belgium in 2007. Its main objective is to promote the quality of higher education in general, with a particular focus on the Arab world.
Al-Saadah College Schools are private educational schools licensed by the Ministry of Education and established in 1958. The schools work on preparing a conscious, well-educated and creative generation that rises to the highest levels through science, modern knowledge, life skills and experience, embracing the current technological and modern development. The schools work on building a generation distinguished educationally and morally, committed to the values of religion and society, and belong to its homeland and nation.