Obstacles to Implementing the Strategic Action Plan in the Light of Performance Evaluation at College of Education in Jeddah University

Mona A. Alfadli


The present study aims to investigate the obstacles to implementing the strategic action plan in the light of
performance evaluation at the College of Education, Jeddah University. The author adopted the descriptive analytical
approach. The population comprised all forms and documents relevant to the domains, namely learning and
education, post-graduate studies, social responsibility, and funding. The results showed that the achievement rate of
the domains was 40%, 18%, 0.04%, and 73%, respectively. The obstacles to learning and education related to
awareness of the course and its design, difficulty of students’ interaction, and form filling objectively. The obstacles
to post-graduate studies domain were relevant to publishing in reviewed and standardized journals due to Jeddah
University, lack of action handbook for mission and, post-graduate studies based on mission regulation of the Saudi
Universities. The obstacles to social responsibility were relevant to funding in terms of allocating a budget for
activating the social responsibility projects and upgrading the college’s infrastructure. The obstacles to funding and
investment were based on the needs of civil society associations to launch new programs that meet their needs and
provide the College of Education with investment return.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v9n2p73

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