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: July-December 2023; 15(2)

July 2023

A literature review on students’ university choice and satisfaction

Recently, many researchers have found that education systems in many nations are very comprehensive and competitive. They revealed that the primary goal of many universities is to increase the number of students’ enrolment as much as possible. In students’ perspective, they also consider different factors when they make their higher education decision. Therefore, this article aims to investigate the factors...

Author(s): Dimali Wijesinghe, Lakshmi Ranwala, Sampath Siriwardena, Lalith Edirisinghe and Veronica Kurukulaarachchi

July 2023

School dropout and early marriage affects youth agribusiness employment

This article focused on uncovering the background of the youth lamenting unemployment in the presence of agribusiness employment opportunities. A phenomenological qualitative design was employed to generate in-depth information. The sample frame was formed of youth agribusiness clubs from the district agribusiness office. Purposive and snowball sampling was used to recruit participants doing different agribusinesses....

Author(s): Komani Augustine Tembo, Mavuto Tembo and Dominic Mapopa Ndengu

July 2023

Factors affecting on students’ university choice in the tertiary education in Sri Lanka

Education boosts any nation's economy. Sri Lankan higher education is competitive. Because only 15% of students who take the General Certificate Examination in Advanced Level (G.C.E A/L) are qualified to enter public universities, every student struggles to get into university. Some ineligible public college students attend private universities, vocational schools, or are migrant students. 15% of students qualify...

Author(s): Lakshmi Ranwala, Sampath Siriwardena, Veronica Kurukulaarachchi and Lalith Edirisinghe

July 2023

Higher education for refugees, returnees and host communities: Reflections on the Djibouti declaration of IGAD and its ramifications for sustainable development

This paper argues that access to quality education and skills development programs for refugees, returnees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) is not only one of the fundamental human rights that states and non-state actors have obligations to fulfill; it is also an integral part of sustainable development efforts which will have significant contributions to socio-economic transformation in host countries, countries...

Author(s): Kebede Kassa Tsegaye

July 2023

Processes, products and lessons in translating policies into practice: The case of IGAD teacher training initiative in refugee and host community secondary schools

This paper describes the role of regional institutions in translating regional policy instruments into practical action using the experience of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in training teachers for refugee and host community secondary schools in three pilot member states: Ethiopia, Sudan and Uganda. The paper raises questions about the regional organizations could be engaged in developing...

Author(s): Kebede Kassa Tsegaye

December 2023

Investigating the challenges facing effective implementation of free primary education in Bo District, Southern Sierra Leone

This paper aims to examine the obstacles hindering the successful implementation of Free Primary teaching in Kakua chiefdom, Bo district, Southern Sierra Leone, focusing on the adequacy of funding and provision of educational resources to schools. The research employed a survey design with a cross-sectional approach, involving the collection of both qualitative and quantitative data from various respondents...

Author(s): Tony Patrick George