International Journal of Educational Management: Volume 13 Issue 4


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Managing Australia’s aid‐ and self‐funded international students

Stuart C. Carr, Darren McKay, Robert Rugimbana

In Australia, market‐oriented studies involving overseas students have not kept pace with the regional economic development that has freed prospective students from relying on aid…

Managing progress monitoring in United Arab Emirate schools

Abdullah Hokal, K.E. Shaw

This paper examines managerial and associated aspects of monitoring pupil progress in United Arab Emirate state schools, based on an empirical study carried out over five years in…


The in‐service training of primary school teachers in Greece: views of directors and vice directors of PEK

Muhammad Saeed

Gives a brief view of the in‐service training of primary school teachers in Greece in the historical contexts as well as the current situation. The major purpose, however, is to…

Listening to the customer’s voice: examining perceived service value among business college students

Gaston LeBlanc, Nha Nguyen

This article examines the concept of service value in business education with data collected from 402 students of a small business school. A set of factors were found to impact on…


The relationship between college experience and academic performance among minority students

Terry Saenz, George A. Marcoulides, Ellen Junn, Ray Young

A number of factors have been identified as important to the retention and success of minority students in American higher education. Foremost among these factors are college…


Developing research capacity: the second step

Jennifer Rowley

This article suggests some strategies for the second stage of building research capacity. Research planning becomes a more central activity in this phase of development. Key…

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