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This study investigates the field of education management in order to examine the efficacy of environmental education initiatives implemented in educational institutions. Several significant findings have emerged through the implementation of a qualitative research design, which includes conducting interviews with key stakeholders and analyzing relevant documents. Educational leaders have been recognized as strong proponents of environmental education, viewing it as essential for comprehensive student growth and influencing the values of the school community. The dedication exhibited by these individuals highlights their forward-thinking leadership, which lays the foundation for the implementation of enduring environmental education initiatives. The study emphasizes the effective incorporation of environmental subjects into the educational curriculum across different grade levels, promoting interdisciplinary education that enhances comprehension of environmental concepts. This approach is supported by prior research that underscores the advantages of interdisciplinary education. Moreover, the participants express a significant demand for a standardized assessment framework, reflecting wider conversations in the field of education administration and policy studies. The establishment of such a framework is considered to be crucial in order to methodically evaluate the efficacy of environmental education initiatives and provide guidance for decision-making based on empirical evidence. The aforementioned findings highlight the importance of leadership dedication, integration of interdisciplinary curriculum, and thorough evaluation methods in influencing the success and lasting effects of environmental education initiatives in educational institutions. These factors help to align these initiatives with broader global sustainability and education goals.
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