International Journal of
Educational Administration and Policy Studies

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Educ. Admin. Pol. Stud.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6656
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJEAPS
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 180

Factors associated with organizational commitment of academic employees in Botswana

June 2018 - Vol 10 Num. 6

Organizational commitment is a major determinant of organizational effectiveness and desirable employee attitudes and behaviours. Highly committed academic staff are the backbone of universities since they play an important role in the success of their institutions. This study investigated factors associated with...

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June 2018

Factors associated with organizational commitment of academic employees in Botswana

Thabo T. Fako, Esther Nkhukhu-Orlando, Debra R. Wilson, Ntonghanwah Forcheh and James G. Linn

May 2018

Longitudinal changes among adolescents`well-being at school and the importance of gender and overweight

Grandemo Liv Iren and Lagestad Pål Arild

May 2018

Administrative challenges and principals’ managerial effectiveness in Ogun State public secondary schools

Olorunsola E. O. and Belo F. A.

April 2018

An examination of teacher candidates’ attitudes towards teaching profession

Baş Muhammet and Okan Sarigöz

April 2018

Erosion of autonomy: The pitfall of educational management in Nigeria universities

Edith O. Olorunsola

October 2014

Institutional factors as predictors of students’ academic achievement in colleges of education in South western Nigeria

ADEYEMI, Abisola Moradeyo and ADEYEMI, Semiu Babatunde

October 2014

Does the organizational structure affect the management of universities in Uganda? An empirical analysis

Gertrude Zziwa

October 2014

Enrichment and strengthening of Indian biotechnolgy industry along with academic interface

Shalini Singh

September 2014

Assessment of instructional and administrative strategies applied by principals to improve academic performance

Agharuwhe A. Akiri

September 2014

Orientation impact on performance of undergraduate students in University of Cape Coast (Ghana)

Georgina Asi Owusu, Millan Ahema Tawiah, Cynthia Sena-Kpeglo and Jeff Teye Onyame

May 2009

Perceptions of principals’ responsibilities in-locoparentis in Nigerian secondary schools

E. D. Nakpodia

May 2009

Analysis of post primary teachers’ utility of the due process of law in academic dismissal in Nigeria

E. D. Nakpodia

June 2009

Poverty alleviation: The educational planning perspective

Julius Maiyo, Jane k. Amunga and Irene A. Ashioya

June 2009

Business ethics for excellence in action: A view

Kastoori Srinivas and Syed Abdul Malik

June 2009

Parental involvement in schools: The perspectives of Cypriot principals

Loizos Symeou