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|Other Titles:||The Relationship Between Organization Structure and Teacher Job Satisfaction in Junior High Schools|
Department od Education, NTNU
The major purposes of this study are: (1) to survey the actual differences of the operation of organization structure and teachers' job satisfaction in the junior high schools; (2) to find the correlations between them; and (3)to make some suggestions for improving the junior high school education. The method of this study is survey approach. The procedures of this study are, first, to study the reference literatures in order to construct the theoretic framework of this investigation; second, to get 267 teachers as samples by straffied random sampling. The measures used are“The Questionnaire of Organization Structure of The Junior High Schools”and“The Questionnaire of Teachers' Job Satisfaction in The Junior High Schools.” Some findings from the resources analysis are as follows: (1) There are some significant differences between the different communities and sizes of the junior high schools. (2) There are some significant differences of the job satisfaction among the different jobs, salaries and education backgrounds of the teacher, but not among sexes, years of service, communities, sizes and teaching subjects. (3) There is significant correlation between the dimensions of school organization structures and the dimensions of teacher job satisfaction. Based on the findings, we can make some suggestions for improving the junior high school education: (1) Increasing the finances of the junior high school education and establishing the middle or small size of schools. (2) Expanding the profession training works of the educations in the junior high schools. (3) Strengthening the role of the principals as school leaders in the operations of school organization structure. (4) Adjusting the administrative jobs of the teacher of junior high schools. (5) Enriching the contents of education works. (6) Guiding the teachers of the junior high schools to understand the school circumstances. (7) Establishing an active and positive attitudes resulting from job satisfaction on the
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