International Journal of Educational Policy Research and Review

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Abbreviation: Int. J. Edu. Pol. Res. Rev.
ISSN: 2360-7076
Start Year: 2013
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed

May 2020; 7(3)


IJEPRR Articles

Towards a Flexible Visual Art Education in the Arab world
Dina A.M. Lutfi

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.012

Facilities management and quality of teaching and learning at a multi- campus public university in Uganda
Eden Akategeka Denis Sekiwu Fredrick Ssempala

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.011

Factors of effect on job expectation honorarium teachers and its impact
Iskandar Agung M Calvin Capnary Novrian Satria Perdana Simon Silisabon

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.010

Reading habits by gender in new students entering the psychology department, Mexico
Campos Domínguez Marlen Bobadilla Beltrán Salvador Daniel Cardoso-Jiménez

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.009

Anxiety manifests itself in school children from 6 to 12 years of age in Tejupilco, Mexico
Yulissa Mena Medrano Blanca Estela Avendaño Torres Erika Magali Jaimes Perez Daniel Cardoso Jimenez

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.008

Relationship between chemistry teachers’ nature of science epistemological views and the nature of inquiry-based instruction implemented in their classrooms in Uganda
Fredrick Ssempala

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.007

Influence of the role of local government, school environment, learning environment and parent participation on the development of talents and student competence
Lucia H Winingsih Agus Amin Sulistiono

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.006

Ecology of schooling: Enabling school environment for student engagement in Uganda’s Universal Secondary Education
Sylivia Awori Denis Sekiwu Frederick Ssempala Frances Naluwemba

DOI:    |    Article Number: IJEPRR.20.005

Leadership position in micro, small and medium enterprises in Tejupilco, State of Mexico

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Development of area-based learning innovation through miang culture to promote green citizenship for social studies teachers in the Upper Northern Thailand

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