iCodejr, the licensed online coding academy for school children, has announced that it has received STEM accreditation for its courses and its faculty. A STEM.ORG accreditation certifies iCodejr as an institution that offers state-of-the-art content.
Further, their head faculty also stands certified by STEM, reassuring its students (and their parents and guardians) that the teaching practices at iCodejr are optimal. For the student, this adds further tangible value where their certificate of course completion comes with a STEM.ORG badge, a globally recognised seal of quality.
Hannan Moti, the co-founder at iCodejr, added, “This is an important endorsement of the quality of our course, its content, our faculty. STEM.org is very particular about the process of accreditation. They ensure that we continue to maintain standards as well as validate content, products, publication & faculty.”
According to Moti, the STEM accreditation for iCodejr instills trust and confidence in its students and their parents that their curriculum is state-of-the-art, and their faculty is certifiably capable of imparting this training. STEM.org is the longest continually-operating, privately-held STEM education research and credentialing organization in America. Some brands trusted by STEM.ORG include Disney, Staples, NBA, The New York Times, Rubiks, and more.