Integrated approach to education management: Innovative strategies and methods in combining pedagogy and management in a modern school
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Academy of War Arts in Warsaw
Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów, Poland
University of Szczecin
SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Submission date: 2023-09-02
Final revision date: 2023-12-05
Acceptance date: 2023-12-09
Publication date: 2023-12-30
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Grzegorz Paweł Świecarz   

College of Euroregional Economy Alcide De Gasperi in Józefów
JoMS 2023;53(4):592-621
A scientific article entitled 'Integrated Approach to Education Management: Innovative Strategies and Methods in Combining Pedagogy and Management' discusses the complexity of educational management in the context of contemporary challenges. The authors examine how innovation can affect the effectiveness and efficiency of education systems. They pay attention to key aspects such as system adaptability, cultural diversity and technological support in teaching.

Material and methods:
A variety of research methods were used in the article, including literature analysis, qualitative and quantitative analysis, and case studies. The data set comes from a variety of sources, including official databases, a survey of teachers and students, and direct observation. The research methodology has been designed in such a way as to take into account both quantitative and qualitative aspects, which enables a deeper understanding of the phenomenon of education management.

The results of the study indicate several key aspects of education management that have a significant impact on the effectiveness of the system. It has been identified that innovation in management is strongly associated with positive educational outcomes. It has also been noted that education systems that are more open to innovation have higher student performance and outcomes.

The article ends with a synthesis of the results and recommendations for practice and further research. It was emphasized that education management is a complex process that requires an integrated approach and taking into account many variables. It was also emphasized that innovation and effective management are key elements in achieving success in education.

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