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Museums accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

AAM Accreditation is the museum field’s primary vehicle for quality assurance, self-regulation, and public accountability, and earns national recognition for a museum for its commitment to excellence in all that it does: governance, collections stewardship, public programs, financial stability, high professional standards and continued institutional improvement. Developed and sustained by museum professionals for 35 years, AAM’s Museum Accreditation program strengthens the profession by promoting practices that enable leaders to make informed decisions, allocate resources wisely, and to provide the best possible service to the public.[1]

See also List of museums currently accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

  1. ^ "More About Accreditation". American Association of Museums. Retrieved 10 August 2011. 

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