ADMINISTRATIVE FLEXIBILITY OF ARAB SCHOOL PRINCIPALS WITHIN THE GREEN LINE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SCHOOL PERFORMANCE

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  • Areej Abu Hejleh, Prof. Nawaf M. Shatnawi

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Administrative flexibility, school performance

Abstract

In order to determine the degree of administrative flexibility and academic performance from the perspective of Arab school teachers in the Green Line region, as well as the extent of any correlation between the two, this study used the associated descriptive approach, which the researchers felt was appropriate for the research. A random sample of 422 male and female teachers was chosen by the researchers, 415 of them were chosen based on the 57 paragraphs that were split into two sections of the survey. The first focused on the principals' administrative latitude, and the second on student achievement. The study discovered a substantial association between the administrative flexibility of school principals and school performance, as well as the degree of managerial flexibility of Arab school principals from the perspective of teachers, which was high. Because this affects school performance generally, the researchers advised that focus be placed on helping school administrators become more flexible, especially in the areas of community outreach and decision-making.

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2024-04-24

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