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Munir MAHAMID

THE DEGREE OF LEADERSHIP SKILLS PRACTICE OF ARAB MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPALS WITHIN ISRAEL

The study aimed to identify the degree of practicing leadership skills among Arab middle school principals within Israel. The study adopted the descriptive approach as it is more suitable for this type of studies. The school community is made up of all Arab middle school principals and teachers (6865) within Israel and the sample consisted of (362) teachers, who were randomly selected. The results showed that the degree of practicing leadership skills among Arab middle school principals within Israel was high. The results also showed that there were statistically significant differences due to the effect of the "gender" variable, in favor of males, in the responses of the study sample members about the degree of practicing leadership skills, and the presence of statistically significant differences due to the effect of the variable "years of experience", in favor of the category “10 years and more” on the degree of practicing leadership skills, and the absence of statistically significant differences due to the effect of the educational qualification variable in the degree of leadership skills practice

Keywords: Leadership Skills, Middle Schools, School Principals.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.18.9


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