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: 224

Table of Content: July-December ; 13(2)

September 2021

Data mining in education: Children living or working on the street with lost data problem

Data mining in education predictions are made about other groups based on the big data of education. However, the extent to which training data can be accessed is relative. A group that can be described as missing data is children living or working on the street. For this reason this study aimed to deal with children working or living on the street. Children who have to live or work on the street before they can...

Author(s): Reyhan Sekerci, Süleyman Karatas, Beyhan Güven, Levent Demir and Alper Güven

September 2021

A paradox in the supervision of doctoral candidates in Ugandan higher education institutions (HEIs)

The paper examines the dynamics and complex dimensions in doctoral supervision in different disciplinary contexts in higher education institutions (HEIs), given that institutional success and reputation depends on ‘research output,’ which creates visibility and competitive advantage. However, traditional doctoral supervision, which frequently results in research output, has remained contradictory and complex...

Author(s): Maria Kaguhangire-Barifaijo and James L. Nkata

September 2021

Influence of characteristics of work-life balance on teachers’ levels of job satisfaction in public secondary schools in Nairobi, Kenya

Work-life balance has always been concerned with those interested in the quality of working life and its relation to broader quality of life. This study sought to establish the influence of characteristics of work-life balance on teachers’ levels of job satisfaction in public secondary schools in Nairobi County, Kenya. The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of supervisor support and gender on the...

Author(s): Odisa Alfred Mathews, Kalai Mutuku Jeremiah and Okoth Achieng Ursulla

September 2021

Contextual analysis of performance appraisal models in HEIs in developed and developing countries–a review of literature

This paper carried out a contextual analysis of different models of performance appraisals in both developed and developing countries on Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). First, it conducted a thorough examination of the contextual implications of performance appraisal models in developed and developing countries. Secondly, to better understand the various performance appraisal models for HEIs in both developed and...

Author(s): Richard Kodi and K. M. Sharath Kumar

November 2021

Challenges in organisation of college-based departmentalised continuous professional development in colleges of education for academic staff: A case study in selected colleges of education in the Volta Region

Continuous professional development for workers is a sure way of keeping staff with up-to-date knowledge, skills and values for effective and efficient delivery on their jobs. The case of colleges of education, the trainers of teachers, cannot be underrated. Every major decision taken by the tutor on what to teach and how to teach it, when to teach could be positively impacted if the tutor is updated on trends of events...

Author(s): Benedicta Awusi Atiku