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The study of the Relationship between Principal's Emopwering Leadership
SHEN CHUAN CHUAN
principal's emopwering leadership
teacher organizational commitment
The purpose of this study was to explore the current status of emopwering leadership of principals in junior high schools and the organizational commitment of administrative teachers. The differences of emopwering leadership of principals and organizational commitment as recognized by teachers under different personal background variables, and school's environment variables were analyzed the relationship between principal's emopwering leadership and administrative teacher's organizational commitment was investigated. The questionnaire survey was utilized for data collection and analysis. The subjects included 557 administrative teachers in certain public junior high schools in New Taipei City. The instruments were “The Questionnaire of Principal's Emopwering Leadership” and “The Questionnaire of Teacher's Organizational commitment”. The data obtained were statistically treated by means, standard deviations, t-test ,one-way ANOVA and Scheff 'e method for multiple comparisons, Pearson product-moment correlation, and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The main findings of this study were as follows: 1.The current statuses of the principal's emopwering leadership and administrative teacher's organizational commitment were at upper-medium level. 2.The principal's emopwering leadership perceived by administrative teachers varied because of different genders, job functions, school location, school scale , and school history. 3.The organizational commitment perceived by administrative teachers varied because of different age, degree, service years , job functions , administrative seniority, and school scale. 4.There were positive significant correlations between principal's emopwering leadership and administrative teacher's organizational commitment in junior high schools. 5.Administrative teacher's organizational commitment made significant contribution to the prediction of the principal's emopwering leadership in junior high schools. Finally, based on the conclusions of this study, some suggestions are offered to the education administrations, principals in junior high schools, administrative teachers, and future studies.
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