International Journal of
Educational Administration and Policy Studies

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Educ. Admin. Pol. Stud.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6656
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJEAPS
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 243

Table of Content: January-June 2022 ; 14(1)

January 2022

Creating a psychological paradigm shift in students’ choice for tertiary education in Sri Lanka: The influence of socioeconomic factors

This paper investigates the potential influence of socioeconomic factors in the students’ choice for tertiary education. The approach of this study combines an opinion survey, desk research and a case study.  Shifting of a psychological paradigm is easier said than done. It may need social awareness about the existing problems, gaps, significance and negative/positive impact of different scenarios, and...

Author(s): Lalith Edirisinghe, K. A. P. Siddhisena, Sampath Siriwardena and Lakshmi Ranwala

February 2022

Lecturers’ perception of contributory pension scheme implementation and job commitment in South-South Nigerian Universities

This study investigated lecturers’ perception of contributory pension scheme implementation and job commitment in South-South Nigerian universities. To guide the study, two research questions and one hypothesis were raised. A descriptive survey research that adopted correlational design. The population of the study was all the lecturers in the six federal universities in South-South Nigeria. The sample consisted...

Author(s): James Nwabianke Onukwu

February 2022

E-library and quality assurance in federal government colleges in Rivers and Bayelsa states, Nigeria

This study was to determine the relationship between e-library and quality assurance in the Federal Government Colleges (unity schools) in Rivers and Bayelsa states, Nigeria. The population comprised of the teachers and students (SS3 and JS3) of the six unity schools in Rivers and Bayelsa States Nigeria numbering 3186 (teachers 1019, students 2167). A research sample of 637 was used through proportional stratified...


January 2022

Refugee education: Refugees’ perceptions of educational challenges in Uganda

This brief report article presents the current educational challenges refugees face in Uganda based on their perceptions. The perceptions of the refugees were collected through an approach that ensured that refugee leaders, students, and non-students commented on the education of refugees in Uganda. 15 individual interviews with refugee students in Kampala in 2021 were complemented by data collected from 2 Focus Group...

Author(s): Paul Ogwang Tulibaleka

January 2022

Determinants of teachers’ motivation and professional development in public secondary schools in Kenya

Teacher motivation is by and large the major determinant of students’ success during the schooling process. This is primarily because a motivated teacher is likely to be more engaged and enthusiastic in the workplace. Kenya’s education sector has in the recent past experienced industrial disharmony which has been occasioned by teachers’ demand for higher remuneration. This demand, however, could be a...

Author(s): Orina J. Oyiego, Kiumi J. Kanjogu and Githae P. Kaboro 

June 2022

Conservatism and social justice: Why do some teachers strive harder for social justice while others do not?

Teachers are seen as change agents in the world of social justice because they embody the educational ideals of equality and fair treatment. The aim of this study is to examine the more conservative personal and social attitudes of teachers that may affect how their social justice beliefs play out in the classroom. The research findings reveal important results about the relationship between the attitudes of resistance...

Author(s): Öngel Gülay and TabancalI Erkan