Statistical Reasoning of Education Managers Opinions on Institutional Strategic Planning
This research was carried out in order to investigate the opinions of the education administrators working in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on strategic planning and implementation.
The participants of research are 118 education administrators (principals, assistant principals and acting principal teachers) who worked in 2016-2017 academic year. The survey model was prepared in order to investigate the opinions of directors on strategic planning and implementation in education through using a five-level Likert-scale. Participants in the questionnaire were asked to mark the most appropriate choices for each statement varying from “Never Participate”, “Participate”, “Partially Participate”, “Participate”, “Totally Participate”.
The results of this research have revealed that the educational administrators have positive opinions on strategic planning and that the strategic planning is necessary and beneficial. Educational administrators believe that they and the teachers need to be trained on strategic planning. The results of the research revealed that the education administrators had a positive opinion on strategic planning and thought that strategic planning was necessary and beneficial.
KeywordsStrategic planning Education Administrator Implementation
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