تور آنتالیا میز اداری آموزش وردپرس صندلی مدیریتی صندلی اداری تبلیغات کلیکی میز تلویزیون پاراگلایدر آگهی رایگان خرید اینترنتی وبلاگدهی گن لاغری ساخت اپلیکیشن

ASSESSMENT OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP PRACTICE AND THE ROLE OF PRINCIPALS IN PREFERATORY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL'S EFFECTIVENESS, OF GONDAR CITY ADMINISTRATION, ETHIOPIA

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ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to assess the role principals play in distributed leadership and its relationship with schools effectiveness as measured by the 2016, Grade-10, National Examination results. For this purpose, the following 4 basic questions were raised. The descriptive co-relational survey design and qualitative approach were employed to gather and analyze quantitative and qualitative data about distributed leadership practices and its relationship to the school effectiveness. Based on the analysis of the collected data, the following findings were obtained. With regard to the roles principals have been playing to make their schools more effective, principals during the interviews indicated as they did not play their roles of making their school more effective. Therefore, they revealed that they need improve their schools leadership and can help school leadership practice to improve school effectiveness. Participants of the interviews also indicated that school principals should identify and redefine school leadership responsibilities and roles, focusing on roles that can improve school results; distribute school leadership for staff members, engaging them and recognizing broader participation in leadership teams; develop skills for effective school leadership during the leadership process; make school leadership a more attractive profession by ensuring appropriate incentives and motivations. The analysis of one-sample t-test indicated that there was statistically insignificant mean difference between the obtained mean of Institutional Practice (3.0214 p=0.765) and the expected mean (3.00). Its t-value (0.300) was also less than the t- critical value (1.960). Thus, the calculated mean (3.0214) was more or less the same as the expected mean (3.00). This implies that, principals were partially practicing institutional practice forms of distributed leadership in the secondary schools of the city administration. The result of One- sample t-test revealed that there was statistically significant mean difference between the obtained mean of Intuitive Work Relation (1.5857 and p

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