Higher education is the cornerstone of building societies and creating generations capable of communicating with the world and dealing with its developments effectively. In light of the huge developments in the world and the globalization of higher education, there are many challenges and difficulties that need to be reformed in response to these changes.Algeria is not isolated from these developments. The alarm has been ringing for years, so it is necessary to develop this sensitive sector and to revive it by adopting policies and modern methods. The management of total quality and quality assurance may be the most important and the most effective tool as it works on improving performance of higher education institutions and the university products.The present paper aims to identify the principles and standards of quality management and the extent to which they are implemented in the Algerian universities through exposure to reforms initiated by the Algerian government in order to guarantee the quality of higher education and highlight the challenges that a major stumbling block to the application of this philosophy, and so through the question: how to contribute to How does total quality management contribute to the quality of higher education? Have their standards been adopted in Algeria's higher education sector or are they still facing challenges in their implementation.This study has concluded that despite the government efforts to implement quality management and ensure the quality of higher education, but that the practice reflects the existence of substantial differences between the legal status and the reality of higher education, which is still engulfed in many challenges to overcome and work hard to implement the strategy for the advancement of the higher education sector.
"Total Quality Management and Quality Ensurance in Higher Education in Algeria,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 8:
24, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol8/iss24/12