Improving Educational Management in Developing Countries Using an Operational Research Approach


Educational management requires equal rigour and meticulousness as any other management obligation. Efficiently administered education, training, and growth strategies can provide developing nations with proficient individuals with the knowledge and expertise necessary to fulfil various governmental goals and aspirations. This research paper aims to a) present an enhanced practice model for educational management procedures and b) cultivate a learning culture to improve educational results. This statement purports to furnish a framework of audit criteria for future research endeavours within this field. In recent years, various countries have demonstrated substantial efforts to align their learning and development strategies with their respective societal requirements. Low-income nations have yet to exhibit the efficacy and cost-efficiency of their educational investments in learning and developmental outcomes and their contributions to the overall education system outcomes. Identifying crucial determinants that significantly enhance educational outcomes, specifically in increased literacy, numeracy, and critical thinking, amongst children experiencing extreme poverty prevails as a fundamental pursuit. The factors to be considered encompass assisting student enrollment and retention and enhancing the accessibility to educational institutions. Also, facilitating the standard of education dispensed within schools and revamping the efficacious institutional funding and management strategies to reduce adequate incentives directed towards advancing the abovementioned factors. The innovative educational capability management model through delineated contours is introduced and discussed. This model is based on the operational research approach. In developing countries, the Ministry of Education controls policy decision-making processes and administrative & financial responsibilities.

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Seddik Afifi, Merit University, Egypt
M. A. Zaki Ewiss, Cairo University, Egypt

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Conference: ECE2023
Stream: Educational policy

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Afifi S., & Ewiss M. (2023) Improving Educational Management in Developing Countries Using an Operational Research Approach ISSN: 2188-1162 The European Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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