The study aims to identify the theoretical and intellectual frameworks of the strategic management, and to identify the reality of administrative practices of the secondary school principals at the Directorate of West Gaza in the light of the strategic requirements from the viewpoint of teachers, males and females. It aims also to explore the possibility of applying the requirements of the strategic management in developing the administrative practices of the principles of secondary schools at the West Gaza Directorate, and to develop procedural recommendations and suggestions that could be benefited from in the application of the strategic management requirements and in validating the administrative practices among secondary school principals at West Gaza Directorate. The researcher used the descriptive methodology along with questionnaires that have been divided into four axes: practice of making decision, practice of communication, practice of delegation of power and practice of human relations. The questioners have been distributed to 52 clauses, as there were 13 clauses specified for each axis. The study population includes 120 teachers, males and females, working at secondary schools belonging to the Directorate of West Gaza for the academic year(2012-2013), whereas the population have been intentionally chosen. It accounts for 15.7% of the original study population whose number stood at 765 teachers, males and females.
The study conclusions came as follows: The axis of practice of making decision has been ranked first with a relative weight of 78.71%, the axis of practice of communication came next with relative weight of 78.7%, at the third rank came the practice of delegation of power with relative weight of 78% and came last the practice of human rights with relative weight of 77.73%.
"واقع الممارسات الإدارية لمديري المدارس الثانوية بمديرية غرب غزة في ضوء متطلبات الإدارة الاستراتيجية,"
Hebron University Research Journal-B (Humanities) - (مجلة جامعة الخليل للبحوث- ب (العلوم الانسانيه: Vol. 9
, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/hujr_b/vol9/iss1/11