Modeling educational quality perception in the Covid-19 era

Modeling educational quality perception in the Covid-19 era


Cruz García-Lirios

Roughly speaking, educational neoliberalism is a process of management, production, and administration of quality indicators in which Higher Education Institutions focus their interest when distributing financial resources. In this sense, the study of educational neoliberalism is necessary to reveal the work culture that prevails in public universities. The objective of this work was to establish the reliability, validity, and contrast of an instrument that measures a model of correlations between four indicators –institutionalism, isomorphism, credentialism, and patrimonialism–tracked in the literature review. A cross-sectional and exploratory study was carried out with a non-probabilistic sample selection of 100 students, teachers, and administrators of an HEI in central Mexico. From a structural model, correlations were found between the four factors reviewed in the specialized literature. Research lines are noted concerning factors that explain the incidence of neoliberalism in leadership and the formation of professional knowledge networks.


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