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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|
Quality teaching and learning
Higher National Diploma
|Appears in Collections:||Institute for Educational Planning & Administration Journals|
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