Cognia again accredits Clinton-Massie High School


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ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Cognia has designated Clinton-Massie High School as re-accredited for the next five years.

The average range of all Cognia Improvement Network institutions evaluated for accreditation in the last five years is between 278.34 to 283.33. Clinton-Massie High School’s Index of Education Quality (IEQ) is 297.00.

Using a set of research-based standards, the Cognia accreditation process examines the whole educational institution — the program, the cultural context, and the community of stakeholders — to determine how well the parts work together to meet the needs of the learners, said a media release from the high school.

Cognia provides the IEQ as a holistic measure of overall performance, based on a comprehensive set of standards and review criteria.

IEQ results are reported on a scale of 100 to 400, and provide information about how the institution is performing compared to expected criteria.

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