This study aimed at identifying the status of scout movement at govermental schools in Ramallah and Al- bireh governorate from the principals’ prespective and scout leaders, to find out if there were significant differences between means regarding the variables of the study, and to provide suggestions for the development of the scout movement. The population of the study consisted of (360) males and females school principals and scout leaders in the governmental schools in Ramallah and Al- bireh governorate. The researchers considered the questionnaires that were distributed over the entire members of the community as a study sample. The numbers of those questionnaires were (214) For the purpose of this study, 46-item questionnaire has considered four levels and open questions. Validity and reliability of the questionnaire were calculated. The results showed that the appreciation level of the scout movement in public schools in Ramallah and Al- bireh governorate was high with a mean of (3.69). The results of the study also showed that there were no significant differences in the appreciation level of the scout movement in public schools in Ramallah and Al- bireh governorate for the study variables (job title, gender, school level, qualification, and years of experience). Results revealed a set of recommendations that could improve the status of the scout movement guidance in the public schools. The most important is to a assign the leadership of scout movement to those who are well-qualified and have the desire toward working in scout movement.
Shuibat, Mohammad and Harfoush, Yousef
"The Status of Scout Movement at Govermental Schools in “Ramallah and Al- Bireh” From the Point of View of Principals and Scout Leaders and Suggestions for its Development,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 29:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol29/iss2/5