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Daniel Jambo Ghirmai – European Journal of Educational Management, 2024
There is little empirical evidence that convinces the effectiveness of distributed leadership in contemporary educational research. Thus, many distinguished scholars suggest its' statistical examination. Considering this need, the primary purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of principals' distributed leadership practices on…
Descriptors: Principals, Outcomes of Education, Technical Education, Vocational Education
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Mahmoud, Elsayed; Belbase, Shashidhar; Alsheikh, Negmeldin – European Journal of Educational Management, 2023
This study aims to identify the dominant leadership styles of chairs from the perspective of faculty members in different college departments in higher education in the UAE. Furthermore, the study aims to identify the teachers' perceptions of leadership styles that affect their job satisfaction. The study used quantitative means with faculty…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership Styles, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Le Thanh Thao; Pham Trut Thuy; Tran Thi Thuy – European Journal of Educational Management, 2023
This study delves into the role of leadership in addressing disparities in higher education arising from the post-COVID-19 era, as experienced by Vietnamese lecturers. Drawing on qualitative data obtained through semi-structured interviews with 15 university lecturers across diverse regions and institutions in Vietnam, the research aimed to…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, Cultural Awareness, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Jamie Kudlats; Jillian La Serna – European Journal of Educational Management, 2023
We know that school principals are critical to school success and must have the appropriate knowledge, skills, and dispositions to lead effectively. However, research shows that identifying these potentially effective leaders is difficult. Furthermore, little is known about the motivations and experiences of aspiring school leaders. This study,…
Descriptors: Occupational Aspiration, Graduate Students, Administrator Education, School Administration
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Nkhata, Leonard; Banda, Asiana; Simpande, Alex; Jumbe, Jack; Zulu, Alfred; Musonda, Allan – European Journal of Educational Management, 2023
Studies conducted on learners rarely focus their investigations on learner perceptions of pre-service teachers' classroom management practices. In response to the changing school environments, this study investigated learners' perceptions of preservice teachers' classroom management practices. A survey design was adopted in which 550 grade 11…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Classroom Techniques, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs
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Balyer, Aydin; Tabancali, Erkan – European Journal of Educational Management, 2022
The main objective of current study was to determine the opinions of adjunct faculty members regarding the flexible and precariat form of employment policies at universities in Turkey. The research was conducted qualitatively. The participants were 16 adjunct faculty members who were chosen with purposive sampling method. An interview technique…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Rizos, Spiridon; Sfakianaki, Eleni; Kakouris, Andreas – European Journal of Educational Management, 2022
This study investigates the quality of higher education institutes' (HEIs') administrative services by assessing student satisfaction in the context of Total Quality Management (TQM). Differences between students' perceptions and expectations of administrative service quality are examined and discussed. A questionnaire survey was developed…
Descriptors: College Administration, Educational Quality, Total Quality Management, College Students
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Uwannah, Ngozi Caroline; Egwuonwu, Clara Ogbogo Kalu; James, Nma Clarion – European Journal of Educational Management, 2022
Women's work has been acknowledged as an important tool towards effective leadership and economic development in Nigeria and Africa in general. It is important therefore, to accept their presence and encourage the active role they play in the labour force which at the long run impacts the economy positively knowing full well that they make up…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Employed Women, Professional Autonomy, Family Work Relationship
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de Paula, Alisson Slider do Nascimento; Rodrigues, Maria Beatriz do Nascimento; Soares, Thiago Tavares – European Journal of Educational Management, 2022
This text aims to analyze the conditionalities of the New Public Management for the educational assessment policy in Brazil and the deepening of educational inequality with the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Certainly, within the trajectory of educational policies, Brazil has a clear relationship with the conservative way…
Descriptors: Educational Administration, Educational Policy, Educational Assessment, COVID-19
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Arquisola, Maria Jacinta – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Indonesia has achieved equal parity in access to education, income, and career opportunities. Yet in many parts of the country, female academic leaders are still highly under-represented in top academic boards. This study examines how fourteen (14) Indonesian female higher education academic leaders (FALs) enact identity salience and agency in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Women Administrators, Higher Education, Females
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Wasonga, Teresa A.; Makahamadze, Tompson – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Goffman's theory of total institutions and Fanon's theory of violence were used to explain student protests and violence in Kenyan secondary schools. Youth violence around the world is not a new phenomenon. However, the persistence, frequency, and intensity of violence, and their consequences beg for logical explanations and remedies. This study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Violence, Activism, Student Attitudes
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Ramanaidu, Ramesh Rao; Kutty, Shasitharan Raman – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Self Directed learning, oral presentation and peer group assessment are some of the phrases gaining momentum in the domain of teaching and learning. The merits and challenges in using them had attracted the attention of many educational researches. This study hopes to contribute by investigating one element which plays an important role in oral…
Descriptors: Independent Study, Public Speaking, Peer Evaluation, Language Role
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Onukwu, James Nwabianke – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
This paper examined the concept of contributory pension scheme as it relates to lecturers' job commitment in the university system. It adopted the Social Exchange Theory by George Casper Homans in 1958 and a review of other scholars' findings on pension scheme implementation. It established a link between the CPS implementation procedures and the…
Descriptors: Retirement Benefits, College Faculty, Social Theories, Job Satisfaction
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Leogrande, Angelo; Birardi, Giuseppe; Massaro, Alessandro; Galiano, Angelo Maurizio – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
To make their mandate more efficient, universities have to either offer services to students either produce innovation and scientific research. From this point of view it is difficult for universities to focus their attention on economic and financial performance. Instead, it is much more relevant for the university to find models of governance…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Institutional Mission, College Administration, Universities
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Roberts, Ken – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
Throughout the 1980s and 90s there was international interest in the UK's extensive experience (which began in the 1970s) with measures to alleviate youth unemployment. Today the UK attracts international attention on account of its low rates of youth unemployment and NEET, its (still) relatively rapid education-to-work transitions, and (according…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Youth Employment, Education Work Relationship, Secondary Education