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The degree of practicing servant leadership dimensions by private basic school principals in Amman governorate from teachers’ point of view

Prof. Abbas A. Mahdi Al-Sharifi, Dr. Areeg M. Al-Kubaysi

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This research aimed at finding out the degree of practicing the dimensions of servant leadership by private basic school principals in Amman governorate from teachers’ point of view. The sample consisted of (368) teachers. They were drawn randomly from the population, by using proportional stratified random sample method. A questionnaire was develop to collect data. It consisted of (26) items, distributed on four dimensions: altruism, love, empowerment and humility. Validity and reliability of the tool were assured. The findings indicated that the degree of practicing servant leadership dimensions by private basic school principals in Amman governorate was low, from teachers’ point of view. There were no significant differences at (α ≤ 0.05) in the degree of practicing servant leadership by private basic school principals attributed to sex variable, while there were significant differences attributed to experience variable in favor of 10 years and above category. Among the recommendations of the study were the following: Taking into consideration the low findings of practicing the dimensions of servant leadership by private basic school principals in the preparation of training and administrative development programs for school principals.


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