Monitoring and Evaluation Strategies for Quality Control Assurance in Tertiary Educational Institutions in Ebonyi State
This paper examined monitoring and evaluation strategies for quality control assurance in tertiary educational institutions in Ebonyi State. The concepts of monitoring, evaluation, quality control and quality assurance were discussed. Various problems facing monitoring and evaluation as strategies for quality control and quality assurance in tertiary educational institutions in Ebonyi State were also dealt with. The paper examined monitoring and evaluative strategies for improved quality. The study adopted descriptive survey design. Total population of 270 respondents was used in the study. AÂ Â questionnaire instrument was used to collect data for the study with 35 items. The instrument was validated by three experts in the department of Educational Foundations of Ebonyi State University. A reliability index of 0.88 was obtained using cronbach alpha formula. The study was guided by one research question and one null hypothesis. Mean scores were used to answer the research question and t-test was used to analyze the null hypothesis. The study revealed that the 35 suggested strategies were all accepted and the null hypothesis was upheld. The study recommended a total adoption of the 35 strategies by the school management.
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