Educational administration theory research and practice 8th ed
Educational Administration: Theory, Research, and Practice by Wayne K. HoyA leading text in its field, Educational Administration presents the most comprehensive synthesis available of theory and research in organizational behavior as it applies to the practice of Educational Administration. Each theoretical perspective presented concludes with an authentic case study that challenges students to apply their knowledge to an actual contemporary school problem.
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Hoy, W. Educational Administration: Theory, Research and Practice. New York: McGraw-Hill. The research method is the descriptive and correlative survey, with the use of a self-report questionnaire. The results indicate that teachers who do not have a permanent position in a school and they are obliged to change school environment every year, or they have to work in more than one school each year, they feel less empowered and satisfied. Findings of this study also show that while there is no differentiation as far as it concerns the sex, the marital status, the age, the studies or the previous experience, there are differentiations according to labor relations and the number of schools a teacher works in a year. Regarding job satisfaction, the majority of respondents are of the view that there is an average overall job satisfaction.
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