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Title: A Bi-annual Publication of the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA)
Other Titles: Journal of Educational Management, Vol.1(1)
Baseline study on the state of school management in Ghana
Academic freedom: Rights, limitations and practical value
Improving management of teaching spaces in higher institutions: The Winneba model
Principal and teacher perspectives on school improvement
Moving from teacher accountability to teacher development: Lessons from teacher appraisal
Participation in secondary education in Ghana:The case of females in rural Brong Ahafo
Choosing a single-sex school: Elite cloning motive or queue jumping ambition?
Administrative support for the teaching of physical education and sports coaching in secondary schools
Authors: IEPA, University of Cape Coast
Keywords: School management
Student performance
Quality teaching and learning
Management methodology
Basic school
Academic freedom
Academic pomosity
Practical value
Right limitations
Teaching spaces
Higher institutions
Teacher performance
Teacher accountability
Teacher development
Teacher apraisal
Secondary education
Girl education
Female education
Single-sex school
Financial management-School
Higher National Diploma
Financial administration-School
Issue Date: Oct-1998
Publisher: IEPA,UCC
Description: ix,143p.
ISSN: 0855-3343
Appears in Collections:Institute for Educational Planning & Administration Journals

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