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Title: Administrators’ Socialization Behavior and Teacher’s Job Commitment in Secondary Schools in Buikwe District Lugazi Town Council
Authors: Amali, Winnie
Keywords: Administrators’ Socialization Behavior and Teacher’s Job Commitment
Buikwe District Lugazi Town Council
Issue Date: Nov-2013
Publisher: Kampala International University, masters in Educational Management and Administration
Abstract: This study investigated on administrators’ socialization behavior and teacher’s job commitment in secondary schools in Buikwe district, lugazi town council. It was based on the following research objectives: i) to determine the level of administrator’s socialization behavior in Buikwe District, Lugazi Town Council, ii) to determine the level of teacher’s job commitment In Buikwe District, Lugazi Town Council and lii) to determine if there is a significant relationship between the level of administrator’s socialization behavior and the level of teacher’s job commitment In Bulkwe District, Lugazi Town Council. Methodology: the study employed descriptive correlational design; data was collected using researcher devised questionnaires. Pearson correlation (r) was used to establish the relationship between administrators’ socialization behavior and teacher’s job commitment The finding in regard to the level of administrators’ socialization behavior revealed an average mean of (mean=3.35) and was interpreted as very satisfactory. In regard to the level of teachers’ job commitment the study established a general average mean of (mean=3.02) which was also interpreted as satisfactory. The results in the study suggested a positive but weak correlation between the administrators’ socialization behavior and teacher’s job commitment (r=O.198, Sig=O.518). Conclusion: the researcher concluded that much as the teachers have a good relationship with their administrators and are committed to their teaching job, their earnings do not support their economic needs and a majority of them are not satisfied with their salary earnings. Recommendation: the researcher therefore recommended that employers must change their administrative policies, put in place strategies that would ensure teacher job satisfaction, for example, better pay, conditions of work, ensure professional development try to meet teachers’ expectations, value them and must also control external influence.
Description: A Thesis Report Presented to the College of Higher Degrees and Research Kampala International University Kampala, Uganda in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Education Management and Administration
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/3825
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