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This paper describes factors for the effective execution of policies. Implementation of policies is the most important phase after the formulation of policies. Perhaps because of its significance, some academics refer to the phase of policy execution as the core of the policy process. Policy execution is essentially the method of translating a policy into action and presumptions into outcomes through different initiatives and policy execution determines some of the main factors for effective policy execution. In order to achieve effective policy execution, distinct scholars proposed distinct factors. The literature on effective policy implementation variables demonstrates that a range of outcomes are essential to consider when approaching the implementation of education policy, such as policy design, stakeholders and their involvement, institutional, policy, and societal context, and implementation strategy. Most individuals recognize the main factor as: the program being implemented, the individuals involved, the officials, educators and students involved, and the rganization in which they operate.