Sustainable development facets: factors affecting quality of education
Education is an inevitable aspect for any country and without it; no country can flourish and grow effectively. Therefore, the quality of education must not be compromised. As the impact of human development, public spending on education and trained teachers' availability is being studied in context of quality of education, a whole study and research plan has been prepared by the author. Data collection process involves the gathering of data from Asian countries for 25 years from reliable data bases. After data collection, several tests and approaches were used for the analysis of data. LLC unit root test was applied for order of integration and stationarity of data, Kao cointegration test was applied to find out cointegrated and long run relationships between the variables and finally DOLS estimation approach was used to measure the relationship between the variables. According to the results of these tests, it has been found that the variables that have significant impact on quality of education include human development, public spending on education, trained teachers’ availability and literacy rate. In the last, several theoretical, practical and policy making implications have been discussed by the author. Different limitations have also been identified and future research recommendations have also been given for the assistance of other researchers.
quality of education, human development, public spending on education, trained teachers’ availability, Asia
Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues
ISSN 2029-7017 (print)
ISSN 2029-7025 (online)
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