LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS AND TEACHER’S JOB SATISFACTION IN RELATION TO SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS AT SECONDARY STAGE

Amit Kauts, Gagandeep Sharma

Abstract


The present study intended to examine the effect of leadership effectiveness, job satisfaction and their relationship in respect to school effectiveness. The sample consisted of 24 school principals, and 480 teachers from private secondary schools with high and low effectiveness of Jalandhar Division. The obtained data were analyzed with the help of two way Analysis of Variance. Data analysis revealed that 1) Schools with high effectiveness have more leadership effectiveness than low leadership effective schools. 2) Female principals are more effective leaders than male principals. 3) Schools with high effectiveness exhibit more satisfaction than low effectiveness schools. 4) Male principals in schools with high effectiveness yields higher job satisfaction among faculty than of male and female principals in low effectiveness schools. 5) School effectiveness did not differ in schools with male and female principals and 6) The leadership effectiveness was not different at two levels of school effectiveness.

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