Accreditation at EDIA

Since 2020, Everyday Ibaadah Academy, has been a member of Cognia, formerly known as Advanced Ed, an accreditation agency in the United States providing accreditation and certification for many schools around the world for 125 years with its legacy partners. Cognia™ accreditation and certification helps schools to achieve measurable, and meaningful improvement for optimal student achievement and learning outcomes. As active Cognia members, EDIA is excited about our journey to provide the best educational experiences we can for digital learners.

EDIA is proud to announce that we were granted candidacy for accreditation with Cognia formally known as Advanced Ed Solutions on April 6, 2022. As a result, Everyday Ibaadah Academy is now recognized as a Candidate for Accreditation with NCA CASI, NWAC and SACS CASI.



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Frequently asked questions

Does EDIA currently have accreditation?  

We are working on it. Everyday Ibaadah academy was founded in the late summer of 2020, and we are currently in our 2nd year of operation. Early on we saw the importance of obtaining accreditation and became members with Cognia. EDIA is proud to announce that we are in the candidate phase of accreditation and preparing for the engagement review for achievement of digital accreditation. 

How does EDIA plan to achieve accreditation goals? 

We have been assigned Cognia representatives who are work with us to shape the improvement of our instruction and educational offerings alongside our accreditation and quality assurance advisor, Dr. Tahira Hoke. Dr. Hoke is an esteemed professor of educational psychology at Prince Sultan University with more than 18 years of experience in Higher education and works as a direct aid to the president of PSU. She has assisted in accreditation and quality assurance at the University level and is partnering with EDIA to help us meet our accreditation goals.

When does EDIA expect to meet its accreditation goals?  

We hope to meet our goals by the fall of 2022-2023 academic school year.