The Impact of Teacher Quality Management on Student Performance in the Education Sector: Literature Review

Guo Qingyan, Ali Sorayyaei Azar, Albattat Ahmad


High-quality talents come from high-quality education and management, which largely depends on teacher quality. However, varieties of environmental forces are driving change in education, which impacts students' performance greatly. These challenges call for teacher quality management firmly on the agenda of all the school factors. Teacher quality in schools and institutions is one of the most important factors that influence student performance. This review paper aims to classify the connection between teacher quality management and student performance through three dimensions, namely classroom management, teacher qualification, and in-service training. In this literature review, the authors use past studies to certify the quality management and related theories that are used in vocational education. From this study, it reaches three conclusions: firstly, it can be concluded that school leaders can manage teacher quality through the supervision of classroom management, teacher qualification and in-service training. Then, it tries to highlight the significant relationship between teachers' classroom management. Finally, it focuses on enhancing teacher quality according to quality management criteria, it is a practical and effective strategy to cultivate qualified students. This research will help the leaders realize the importance of teacher quality management and strategies that improve teacher quality, thus impacts on student performance.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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