International Journal of Educational Management



Table Of Contents: Volume 15 Issue 4

Corruption in education sector development: a suggestion for anticipatory strategy

Shinichiro Tanaka

Corruption is a major but neglected problem in international development literature. From a review of available literature and the author’s experiences within consulting…

Do we practice diversity in business schools?

Virginia B. Levsen, Nancy Goettel, Frank Chong, Roy Farris

Business schools are increasingly emphasizing diversity in their courses as well as in their student populations. Additionally, most schools pay lip‐service to increasing…

A theory of self‐learning in a networked human and IT environment: implications for education reforms

Magdalena Mo Ching Mok, Yin Cheong Cheng

Aims to develop a theoretical model for understanding and enhancing effective self‐learning in a networked human and information technology (IT) environment. Recent…

Client views of TESOL service: expectations and perceptions

John Walker

TESOL (the teaching of English to speakers of other languages) institutions, although inherently educational in character, are essentially service operations. Commercial…

A question of management: conflict, pressure and time

Liam F. Heaney

Discusses three important aspects of school management, namely, managing conflict, coping with pressure, and managing time. These issues are very relevant in the present…



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