Educational Administration

Academic administration is a branch of university or college employees responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the institution and separate from the faculty or academics, although some personnel may have joint responsibilities. Some type of separate administrative structure exists at almost all academic institutions. Fewer institutions are governed by employees who are also involved in academic or scholarly work. Many senior administrators are academics who have advanced degrees and no longer teach or conduct research.



Fraser Institute · 21 March 2024 English

Analysis of 2018 data shows that higher levels of school spending among high-income OECD countries are not associated with higher levels of academic achievement. Canadian 2018 spending on elementary and …

Canadian Association for the Study of Educational Administration. Acknowledgments The author wishes to

Human Early Learning Partnership, University of British Columbia · 22 January 2024 English

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educational organizations. Research in Educational Administration & Leadership. 2022;7(1):209-45. Available

Saskatchewan School Boards Association · 12 January 2024 English

17) Purpose of this Project Broadly, our objective for this project is to use the literature to help us reframe, for the Saskatchewan context, the massive body of knowledge describing …

and charter management organizations. Educational Administration Quarterly, 51(3), 438–471. https://doi large-scale assessment. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 105, 1-24. https://files education spaces. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 198, 55-73.

CFPC: College of Family Physicians of Canada · 2024 English

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CARDUS: Centre for Cultural Renewal · 29 November 2023 English

Governments, educators, and parents must recognise and respond to the deep and lasting effects of pandemic disruptions on education.This research study delves into the impact of the massive COVID-19 education …

and Reflections,” Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy 201 (2022): 90, 97–98. https://doi

OSSTF/FEESO: Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation · 29 November 2023

Finally, although the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was not the focus of our research, our study was conducted near the beginning of the pandemic in North America, and we …

behavior among urban public school teachers. Educational Administration Quarterly, 26(1), 60-72. https://doi

APF: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada · 22 November 2023 English

in New York (1995-98), the Embassy of Canada to France, Paris (2001-06 and 2013-14), and the She served as consul general in Mumbai from Mission of Canada to the European …

the University of Wisconsin–Madison in Educational Administration. 37 Peerapan Tungsuwan Partner, Global

BCCAT: BC Council on Admissions and Transfer · 13 September 2023

The specific objectives of the project were to: (1) assess whether the amount and nature of online learning is likely to change in the BC post-secondary system, and in what …

motives for taking online courses in educational administration. Educational Research Quarterly, 38(1)

MEI: Montreal Economic Institute · 22 August 2023 English

Economic Note showing that students perform better when schools are able to organize their activities as they see fit, including making their own staffing decisions

How, and at what cost?” New Orleans,” Educational Administration Quarterly, Vol. 54, No. 1, European Economic

CCPA: Canadian Centre For Policy Alternatives · 19 July 2023 English

These cases publicized in the media, and the ongoing community- level campaigns around this issue, have helped to create awareness of the barriers students face in receiving proper healthcare and …

Approaches, 1999 – 2021. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 198, 74–96.

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