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  • Profiles in Accreditation: Presbyterian Home for Children

    Welcome to the Council on Accreditation (COA) blog post series Profiles in Accreditation!  The

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  • The Secret Lives of the Self-Study

    Self-Study . The collection of evidence that COA-accredited organizations put together prior to their Site Visit that shows how they are implementing best practice standards. We at COA know that generating the Self-Study is a both a challenging

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  • Profiles in Accreditation: Ranch Ehrlo Society

    Welcome to the Council on Accreditation (COA) blog post series Profiles in Accreditation!  The organizations that COA accredits are diverse in both the communities they serve and their reasons for seeking accreditation (or

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  • COA 2020 Edition | FAQs About the Logic Model Standards

    This is Part II of a series on the thinking behind the Council on Accreditation (COA)’s 2020 Edition updates. Visit Part I here.    As we mentioned in Part I of this series, the goal of the COA 2020 Edition Standards is to promote

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  • COA 2020 Edition | Digging Into Our New Standards

    This is Part I of a series on the Council on Accreditation (COA)’s 2020 Edition updates. Visit Part II here. On January 15, 2020, we released an enhanced and refined set of private, public, and Canadian standards on our website. All of the

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  • 2019 Roundup: 5 Helpful Posts for the Accreditation Process

    The Interpretation blog is meant, first and foremost, to be a resource for the COA community. We had several 2019 posts that our editorial team was proud of, but wanted to take a moment to highlight those that we feel are most helpful to

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  • Reflections at the start of 2020

    This is a special message from Jody Levison-Johnson, COA President & CEO. For many of us, the start of a new year (or new decade, in this case) provides an opportunity to take a step back to reflect, and for some, to project. What were the

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  • Profiles in Accreditation: Rose Brooks Center

    Welcome to the Council on Accreditation (COA) blog post series Profiles in Accreditation!  The organizations that COA accredits are diverse in both the communities they serve and their reasons for seeking accreditation (or

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  • Top 5 Tips and Tricks for Primary Contacts

    So, you’ve been designated by your organization as the Primary Contact—the point person for communicating with the Council on Accreditation (COA) and spearheading the accreditation process. Maybe you’re feeling a little overwhelmed; you might

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  • Profiles in Accreditation: Family Service Lincoln

    Welcome to the Council on Accreditation (COA) blog post series Profiles in Accreditation!  The organizations that COA accredits are diverse in both the communities they serve and their reasons for seeking accreditation (or

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