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Education quality assessment and related factors: a case study of ARBA Minch School of Health Sciences in southern Ethiopia in 2017

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Abstract: Introduction in the past few decades, in many studies, improving the quality of education has often been mentioned. This has become a political debate in different media around the world and a polite topic for scientists. The focus on education is not something you ignore or consider afterwards. Therefore, as the quality problems continue and continue, attempts to improve are increasing. Therefore, the main purpose of this work is to evaluate the quality of education and its related factors in order to study the future improvement of the site. method. An institution based cross-sectional study was conducted among students and staff in all departments of the ARBA Minch School of Health Sciences (amchs). Obtain moral permission and oral consent in advance. After treatment, Dta was entered into Epi Info and then transferred and analyzed in SPSS 25.0. Result and Discussion. The overall quality of education in the college was 2.87 ± 1.12. Administrative services, reading places, and resources took a larger share of poor quality. Accessibility, friendliness of staffs to each other and students, availability of clear guideline of conduct, presence of effective, accurate, and promotive services, high standard administrative buildings, availability of standard catering service, availability of standard laboratories, communication, and exchanges with similar level colleges in the region, weekly time table, weekly load, distance, etc. and some sociodemographic factors were associated with poor quality of education. Thus, the college inquired to welcome the aforementioned shortcomings improvement and to provide enough solutions.

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