Systematic Review of Effective Factors in Assessing Effective primary Schools

Schools are considered as the most important foundations of education; therefore, all educational policies need to be focused on factors affecting school performance. Accordingly, the purpose of this study was to identify and determine factors, criteria, and indicators of effective primary schools. To meet the study objectives, a systematic and comprehensive review was conducted on the research literature. In this way; the databases of Sage, Emerald, ERIC, Taylor & Francis Online, Science Direct, Civilica, Magiran, Scientific Information Database (SID), and Noor were searched. After excluding articles irrelevant to the purpose of the research, a complete overview was performed on 32 remaining ones. The results of the systematic review led to the extraction of 5 general factors, 15 criteria, and 163 indicators of effective schools. It was concluded that factors related to individual’s behavior in school (mainly administrators and teachers), school-related individual’s behavior (mostly parents), status of educational materials (e.g. quality of school curriculums), and school culture (e.g. school climate or atmosphere) had been significantly taken into account in these articles.

Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Research in School and Virtual Learning, Volume:7 Issue:25, 2019
47 - 58  
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