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Title:
EDUCATIONAL QUALITY MODELS AND PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF JORDANIAN PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES

Authors:
Dr. Mohama Shehada


Volume - 2 Issue - 2, Pages - 2477-2484

Abstract:
Authors of Quality have used different quality of education models previously. (Lloyds TSB, 2003), Yin (2003) and Carbutt (1996). All claim that these models impact the quality of education. Some rely upon accreditation and/or inspections of these models; others are based on international business quality models, such as, European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) and Malcolm Baldrige (Kanji, 1995). However, when it comes to critically discussing the differences between the impacts of these models on the quality of education, the literature is poor in that Respect. Hopefully, this paper will fill this gap by addressing the impact of these models on the performance of Jordan's Private Universities. In addition, we will try to outline the areas that needed improvement to support these Universities.

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[Shehada, Mohama, Dr. "EDUCATIONAL QUALITY MODELS AND PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF JORDANIAN PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES." International Journal of Social Science & Economic Research 2.2 (2017): 2477-484.]

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