The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is pleased to announce its successful reaccreditation by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), signifying the museum's ongoing dedication to the highest standards of excellence in the museum field.
Reaccreditation reinforces the museum's position as a member of a community of institutions committed to holding themselves publicly accountable to excellence. By meeting these rigorous standards, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History continues to be recognized as a trusted institution, ensuring the public's confidence in its operations.
"This reaccreditation is a testament to our unwavering commitment to maintaining the highest standards in all facets of our museum," said Regina Faden, Ph.D., museum president. "It signifies that we not only meet the benchmarks set by the American Alliance of Museums but also actively engage in a philosophy of continual institutional growth."
The process of reaccreditation involves a comprehensive self-assessment and peer review, demonstrating that the museum is a responsible steward of the resources held in the public trust. This commitment to accountability ensures that the museum remains at the forefront of best practices in the museum field.
"We take great pride in being recognized as an institution dedicated to excellence and continual improvement," added Faden. "Our team's hard work and dedication to these standards contribute to the vibrant and enriching experiences we provide for our community."
As the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History moves forward with reaccreditation, visitors can trust in the museum's commitment to providing a space for exploration, education, and innovation.
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