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Many countries throughout the world have developed some means of supervising or monitoring the quality and standards of their education systems. In most cases, the monitoring process involves supervision by inspection of educational institutions such as schools, and other aspects of the education systems. The critical role of inspection as one of the dominant strategies for monitoring and improving the performance of education system in schools cannot be overemphasized. Inspection is concerned, in the main, with the improvement of standards and quality of education and should be an integral part of a school improvement program. In many countries where inspectoral system of supervision of schools is conducted, the responsibility for inspection lies with the Inspectorates. School inspection practices, especially in Third Word countries, such as Cameroon, are associated with numerous problems which, as a result, force attempts to improve education quality into the background.
This presentations by MEd Students of University of Yaounde 1, 2016 batch below will encourage students to examine and learn some of the problems that frustrate inspection of schools and provides alternative strategies for improving the practice of school inspection. Also, included are some fundamental assumptions underpinning the practice of inspection, the recent attempts by the Cameroonian government to improve school inspection, and the major challenges that the future school inspection system will have to address.
For me, it is important to encourage Postgraduate students to publish articles in journals. The supposed requirement by the Cameroon Ministry of Higher Education that all Postgraduate students have to publish at least a paper or two before they graduate is likely to improve the quality of research and our teaching, learning and research outcomes. ILLUSTRATION | Dr. Ebot Ashu
bound: 224 pages
publisher: CAMEROON COUNCIL FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT SOCIETY (CCELMS) (May 16, 2017)
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