The Effect of Basic Education Schools Administers Application of Managerial Accountability in Al-Balqa'a Governorate on Teachers Satisfaction

Bashir Arabiyat, Ahmad Mohammad Badah

Abstract


The current study aimed at identifying the effect of basic education school administrators of managerial accountability in Al-Balqa governorate on teachers' satisfaction. The study population consisted of (22) manager and (5199) teacher. The study used a questionnaire as a tool for gathering the study data.

Results showed that the degree of application of accountability was high for (work and achievement & job discipline) and medium for the fields (job general ethics & job humanities). Also, results showed that teachers' satisfaction was medium. Finally, results showed the presence of an effect of managerial accountability and job satisfaction. The study recommended the development of a handbook illustrates the work ethic and commitment to the job and need the teachers in its schools, similar to that in force in the universities.

 

Key Words: Managerial Accountability, Job Satisfaction, Primary Education.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v2i2.1551

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