This study aimed to identify the role of school management in facing drop out at government schools in Khan Younis Governorate from the point of view of teachers, revealing whether there are statisti-cally significant differences between the average estimates of the sample members attributed to variables (gender, qualification, years of service, educational level). The study was based on the descriptive/analytical approach, with a sample consisted of (232) male and female teachers, who were asked to fill in a question-naire consisting of (49) items.The study found that teachers' assessment of the role of school management in facing drop out was high, by a percentage of (81.3%),; according to fields, the leadership role ranked in the first order, followed by the technical affairs "supervision" role ", and then the administrative role, and finally the social role. It also found that there are significant differences between the average ofthe sample estimates due to qualification and the years of service in favor of the bachelor's degree and the teachers with in service (more than 10 years), while there were no statistically significant differences between the average estimates of the sample estimates due to the variables: gender and educational level. The study recommended the importance of conducing workshops and lectures to present the developed countries experiments in facing schools' drop out and train the school management on stress release as well as the organizational effec-tiveness. Keywords:Drop out –School Management –Schools –Khan Younis Governorate.
"دور الإدارة المدرسية في مواجهة التسرب في المدارس الحكومية بمحافظة خان يونس: دراسة ميدانية,"
Palestine Technical University Research Journal: Vol. 7:
3, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/ptuk/vol7/iss3/3