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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.2
Academic achievement in private and public schools: Management makes the difference
Analysis of trends in Ghana’s school-going population
Management of instructional time in some Ghanaian public primary schools
Management and integration of science resources in Ghana’s educational reform programme
Ghanaian students' ideas about force and friction
National examinations in centralized educational systems: a blessing or a diploma disease? :A case study of the Nigerian experience
Japanese management techniques: Hidden lessons for educational administrators
Planning primary education to ameliorate the wrenching effects of adjustment
Strategic management of science, technology and mathematics education (STME)
Authors: IEPA, University of Cape Coast
owolabi, S.O.(Ed.)
Keywords: Academic achievement
Academic performance
School-age population
Instructional time management
Primary schools
Science resources
Educational reform-Ghana
School management
Ghanaian students
Force and friction
National examinations
Centralized educational systems
Nigerian experience
Japanese management techniques
Educational administrators
Primary education-planing
wrenching effects
Educational adjustment
Strategic management
science, technology and mathematics education
Issue Date: Nov-1999
Publisher: IEPA,UCC
Description: viii,159p.
ISSN: 0855-3343
Appears in Collections:Institute for Educational Planning & Administration Journals

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