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: 243

Table of Content: July-December 2022 ; 14(2)

July 2022

The implementation of complementary subjects for English Course in teacher training institutes

In 2007, some curricular changes of teacher training system were initiated in Mozambique with teacher training course model 10+1. The changes included the teaching of English together with other new subjects that required the training of teachers capable of implementing them to meet the needs of primary education curriculum. In order to examine the implementation of the curricular changes in primary teachers’...

Author(s): Cuane Geraldo Joel 

July 2022

Creating a psychological paradigm shift in students’ choice in tertiary education in Sri Lanka through education vertical integration

Tertiary education is a turning point in anybody's life. Students' choice of tertiary education is crucial for them, their family members, and the country. All parents would like to see their children reach the heights in education and develop many career prospects. In Sri Lanka, critical job profiles are limited to medical doctors, engineers, accountants, and lawyers. However, the fact remains that this type of...

Author(s): Edirisinghe Lalith, Siriwardena Sampath and Ranwala Lakshmi 

July 2022

Parents’ involvement and students’ academic performance in Ryakasinga centre for higher Education-Sheema District, Uganda

The study examined parents’ involvement (PI) and students’ academic performance (SAP) in Ryakasinga Centre for Higher Education (RCHE) - Sheema district - Uganda. The objectives were to examine the effect of parenting, learning at home, and volunteering on students’ academic performance in RCHE. The study was underpinned by Systems theory. The sample size was 117 with 43 teachers and 74 Form 4 students...

Author(s): Mugumya Duncans, Basheka Benon, Mwesigye Adrian Rwekaza, Atibuni Dennis Zami, Aduwo Jennifer Rose and Ahimbisibwe Emmanuel Karoro

December 2022

Effect of household income and expenditure on tertiary school enrolment in Nigeria

The bounds testing (augmented autoregressive distributed lag, ARDL) technique to cointegration was used in this study to investigate the effect of household income and expenditure on tertiary school enrolment in Nigeria from 1970 to 2020. The model was employed to estimate the relationship between these three variables while also accounting for interactions with total education expenditure. When the dependent variable...

Author(s): Ihugba O. A., Obiukwu S., Akobundu P. L., Osunkwo T., Oyalede O. and Okonkwo K.