Quality Assurance in Education: Volume 15 Issue 2


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Benchmarking potential factors leading to education quality: A study of Cambodian higher education

Ching‐Yaw Chen, Phyra Sok, Keomony Sok

To study the quality in higher education in Cambodia and explore the potential factors leading to quality in Cambodian higher education.


Educators' professional characteristics

R. Krishnaveni, J. Anitha

To develop a comprehensive model of professional characteristics of an educator that will prepare them for high standards of professional achievements, as all professions demand…


Admission requirements for transfer and non‐transfer students: should one size fit all?

Steven Pharr, John J. Lawrence

To examine the efficacy of admission requirements as predictors of academic success in core business coursework, and as a rationing mechanism for limited course capacity, for both…

Is student evaluation of teaching worthwhile?: An analytical framework for answering the question

James S. Pounder

To present a framework to facilitate comprehension of research on the effectiveness of the teaching evaluation process.


Using the learning satisfaction improving model to enhance the teaching quality

Te‐King Chien

This paper aims to establish an 11‐step “improvement decision model” to enhance learning satisfaction.


The impact of primary and secondary education on higher education quality

Katharina Michaelowa

The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the relationship among different levels of education.

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