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|Other Titles:||The Relationship between Junior High School Principals' Transformational Leadership, School Health and Teacher's Organizational Commitment: Contradictory or Constructive?|
Department od Education, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between and among transformational leadership, the “health” of schools, and junior high school teachers' organizational commitment. Data were collected from 1035 teachers, teaching in 69 junior high schools in Taiwan. The results indicated that there are significant correlations between teachers' commitment and principals' transformational leadership as well as between teachers' commitment and school health. Furthermore, the results showed that schools with a high degree of transformational leadership on the part of their principals' behavior and a high degree of “healthiness” have greater teacher commitment than schools with a low degree of the same two factors. Finally, the results from the Structural Equation Model indicated that there is a positive indirect effect between principals' transformational leadership and teacher commitment when school health served as a mediating variable.
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