Central High principal: Accreditation report to be released in mid-June
But he would not provide it to a reporter. The Manchester Board of School Committee should see the report first, and the New England Assocation of Schools and Colleges gives a school up to 60 days to release the document, Rist said.
“I’m not hiding anything. We’re not unhappy with the report,” Rist said on Friday. He said it includes both commendations and recommendations about how to improve the school.
An accreditation is a lengthy process that involves outside evaluators who look at a school to determine that it meets benchmarks set by professionals, according to the website of the New England Assocation of Schools and Colleges, which handles accreditation in all New England states.
Rist said Central’s accreditation isn’t at the point where NEASC decides the final accreditation status of the school. Once Central responds to the findings of the accreditation team, NEASC will decide the status.
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