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: 215

Table of Content: January-June 2021 ; 13(1)

January 2021

Demystifying the Ivory tower syndrome in universities through the use of transformational leadership

One of the major criticisms of top management in universities in most African countries is arguably the isolation of both top management team and intellectuals from the real problems and issues of the real world and business of universities. This disconnect, often referred to as the Ivory tower syndrome, has become a source of concern. Based on experience, observations over the years on administrative practices of vice...

Author(s): V. F. Peretomode  

January 2021

Factors influencing the choice of higher education institutions in Angola

Higher education (HE) plays a predominant role in the development of any society. The expansion of HE all over the country (Angola) through the creation of new public and private higher education institutions (HEIs), as well as the creation of internal and external scholarships, have been some of the policies aimed at increasing access to HE, especially the increase in women’s access to HE. Giving the growing...

Author(s): Adília Mendonça da Costa e Silva Gaspar and José Miguel Aragão Celestino Soares

January 2021

Performance appraisal training of employees: A strategy to enhance employees’ performance in public teacher training colleges in Kenya

Human Resource (HR) practices like performance appraisal (PA) training are meant to ensure that employees are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed for the attainment of organisational goals. However, gaps still exist on the relationship between PA employees’ training and employees’ performance. This study aimed to establish the relationship between PA training and employees’ performance in...

Author(s): Justine Majau Miriti, Lucy K. Kirima, Mirriam M. Nzivo, Simon Thuranira and Nancy L. M. Budambula

January 2021

Equity in higher education of Nepal

University education enables people to have better socio-economic return, engage in critical reflection of political affairs, social practices, and inequalities which subsequently strengthens democracy. The educational opportunities for disadvantaged people help them to break the vicious cycle of poverty, marginalization, and discrimination by enabling them to improve the social and economic status. The Government of...

Author(s): Yogendra Gandhari  

January 2021

Duties of educators and administrators in adapting immigrant students to school

In this study, the roles of teachers and school administrators in the adaptation of immigrant students to the school organization were investigated. For this purpose, the opinions of teachers and school administrators were taken for the adaptation of immigrant students to the school organization. The interview form used in the research was created by the researcher with the help of field experts. Participants consist of...

Author(s): Mustafa Kabatas

January 2021

Graduates’ Employability: Has the Expansion of the University Sector in Uganda improved Employment Prospects for Graduates? ‘Employers’ and Lecturers’ Perspective’

Given the increasing private and public cost of university education, households and nations are getting more interested in that type of education which has high potential for employment. This study explores how the expansion of the university sector in Uganda is related to graduates’ employability.  The study was guided by three objectives, namely: To find out whether expansion of the university sector in...

Author(s): Godfrey Bagonza, Maria Goretti Kaahwa and Edith G.M. Mbabazi