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Title: Organizational Affiliation in the public schools in Jenin Education Directorate from the teacher perspective
Authors: Abu Saa, Jaafar
Keywords: organizational trust, organizational affiliation, public schools, Jenin district.
; Organizational affiliation, public schools, Jenin Directorate
Issue Date: 10-Dec-2018
Publisher: kadoori journal of scientific reasearch
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to identify the level of organizational trust in governmental schools in Jenin and its relation with organizational affiliation of teachers from their perspective. The study includes all public-school teachers in the Jenin district, (2230) teachers in (152) public schools, either a sample study, stratified random sample of (400) teachers, (18%) of study. In order to achieve the objectives of the study we are using descriptive. The researcher used the questionnaire as an instrument to measure organizational trust made up of five areas and to measure the organizational affiliation of (15) paragraphs, validity and reliability have been confirmed by appropriate statistical and pedagogical methods. The results of the study indicated that the study sample estimates for organizational trust level and arithmetic ability mean is (3.79), as the results indicated no statistically significant differences at the level of significance (α ≤ 0.05) between respondents estimate averages for organizational trust levels due Variables: sex, years of experience, qualifications, school site, whilst the results indicated differences between respondents estimate averages for organizational trust levels attributable to variables of majors, school level, for basic schools. With regard to organizational affiliation the members of the sample of the study sample showed a high level of organizational affiliation. The results of the survey indicated a positive correlation, statistical function at a level of significance (α ≤ 0.05) between the regulatory and organizational affiliation trust for teachers, and whereof correlation coefficient (0.513). In the light of the results of the study the researcher recommended the need to push for organizational trust concept in all educational institutions, establish clear management policies apply to everyone fairly, rewards and incentive systems age, delegated authority, and to have the results of this study, both in terms of confidence. Regulatory or organizational affiliation to public schools in the Jenin district teachers will recognize their fellow estimates about organizational organizational affiliation, trust and a similar study in various communities in the education field.
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