This journal contains the results of research and research in the field of education administration, conducted by students who also work as teachers or teaching staff in educational institutions, which consist of basic education (elementary), secondary (junior high), and upper (high school). Student journals are published twice a year, every February and Agust.
FOCUS AND SCOPE
Poace is a journal that focuses on publishing qualitative and quantitative research artikel in the scop of educational administration Leadership,
Planning, Human Resources, Finance, Curriculum, Public Relations, Student Affairs, Learning and Management Education, and Organisation.
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