Why might a school not be fully accredited?

Q: Why might a school not be fully accredited?
A: There are 11 standards that schools must meet. If the full Council feels that any aspect of a standard is not being met, that is made clear to the school through written and verbal communications. Schools are placed on limited accreditation if they have significant deficiencies in two or more standards or if they absolutely fail to meet one or more standards. That school has two years to demonstrate resolution of deficiencies or significant progress towards resolution. Schools may request an additional two years Once the school demonstrates compliance with the standard, full accreditation may be granted after review by the full Council.