Table Of Contents: Volume 13 Issue 2
Measuring value added in higher education: Do any of the recent experiences in secondary education in the United Kingdom suggest a way forward?Timothy Rodgers
The United Kingdom (UK) has recently published secondary education value added measures. This paper examines whether the approach used could also offer a possible method…
To investigate, in the context of university education, the relationship between the congruence of the quality values held by the students, the teaching staff and the…
To provide a view of quality in accounting education from the perspective of a critical stakeholder group – academic accountants. The identification of this view adds to…
Towards understanding the impeders of strategy implementation in higher education (HE): A case of HE institutes in IranFariborz Rahimnia Alashloo, Pavel Castka, John M. Sharp
To identify the impeders of strategy implementation in the higher education (HE) sector of Iran.
Leadership best practices for sustaining quality in UK higher education from the perspective of the EFQM Excellence ModelAugustus E. Osseo‐Asare, David Longbottom, William D. Murphy
To deepen the understanding and to encourage further research on leadership best practices for sustaining quality improvement in UK higher education institutions (HEIs).
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