Research on Managing School Plant and Educational Planning
Submission Deadline: Mar. 30, 2016
Lead Guest Editor
Nwachukwu Prince Ololube
Department of Educational Foundations and Management, Faculty of Education, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education,
Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria
Peter James Kpolovie
Department of Educational Psychology, Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt,
Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Comfort N. Agbor
Department of Environmental Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar,
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Educational planning is concerned with forecasting in educational institutions and school plant planning processes. It concerns itself with distribution of resources and decision-making procedures and concerns regarding interpersonal treatment and interactional planning in school systems. Over the past decades, educational institutions have experienced enormous challenges and changes. In particular, educational institutions have been positioned as a means to contribute to the knowledge economy and gain a level of competitive advantage in the global marketplace by producing competent graduates.
Effective planning is perhaps the most narrowly use tools today to evaluate institutional effectiveness globally. However, with increasing pressure on educational institutions to “do more with less,” educational planning can help to maintain or improve the quality of products and services delivery in educational institutions while at the same time significantly reduce cost of running educational institutions.
Perceptive in educational planning in all levels of education underlie modern day role of education managers and understanding how to move educational institutions forward with a focus on quality, development, implementation, effectiveness as well as support would potentially enhance educational management and/or administration. This special issue of research is a meeting point for the dissemination and explanation of research debates from practitioners, researchers and academicians to the multifaceted problems and changes associated with educational planning.
Unlike other special issue on educational planning, its unique characteristic is that it captures educational planning from a holistic perspective. It looks at the benefits that can be derived from the development, adoption, use and implementation of educational planning strategies from a broad perspective. In this special issue, we see the application of educational planning in education globally and how we embrace it to advance innovation in education management and development.
1. Education policy contexts and educational planning 2. Education reform and change through educational planning 3. Effective educational planning, adoption, use and barriers 4. Globalization of education through educational planning 5. Impact of effective educational planning on employee motivation 6. Impact of effective educational planning on school leadership 7. Information creation and distribution through effective educational planning 8. Knowledge and skills for developing effective educational planning 9. Leadership and management in education applying effective educational planning 10. Methods for integrating effective educational planning 11. Motivation of those who create resources in education through effective educational planning 12. Quality controls and standards of effective educational planning 13. Role and function of maximizing education through effective educational planning 14. Specific applications of effective educational planning 15. Strategies for advancing effective knowledge production through effective educational planning 16. Strategies for modernization of education through effective educational planning 17. The adoption and effective use of educational planning 18. The culture and practices of educational planning 19. The formational hierarchies in educational planning 20. The future of effective educational planning 21. The history and evolution of educational planning 22. The processes of effective educational planning 23. The various types of educational planning 24. Ways of development effective educational planning