This study aimed at finding out the level of the lax implementation of the school regulations by the Schools’ Principals at public secondary schools in Jordan, and its Relation to the Job Satisfaction of the Teachers.The sample of the study consisted of (285) principals,and (2936) teachers.Two instruments were used to collect data. The first wasto measure the level of principals’ organizational slack, the second was tomeasure the level of teacher job satisfaction. The validily and reliability of thetwo instruments were measured.The findings of the study indicated that the level of organizational slackof public secondary school principals in Jordan, from teachers’ point ofview, was high, where as the level of job satisfaction of public secondaryschool teachers in Jordan, from their principals’ point of view, was medium.Furthermore, there was a significant negative correlational relationship at(α≤ 0.01) between the level of organizational slack of public secondaryschool principals in Jordan, and the level of job satisfaction of teachers.Thevalue of Pearson correlation coefficient was (- 0.236)
Abu Hamda, Aesha
"The Lax Implementation of the School Regulations by the Schools’ Principals at Public Secondary Schools in Jordan, and its Relation to the Job Satisfaction of the Teachers,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 1
, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol1/iss1/11