Organizational Climate at the Jordanian Public High Schools and its Relation to the Teachers' Job Performance

  •  Rateb S. Al-Saud    
  •  Khitam N. Radwan    


This study aimed at identifying the organizational climate at the Jordanian public high schools and its relation to the teachers' job performance. The sample of the study consisted of (100) high school principals, who were chosen using the stratified random technique, and three teachers who work with each of those 100 principals, who were chosen randomly, during the academic year 2016-2017.

The findings of the study indicated that both of the organizational climate and job performance at public high schools in Jordan was medium. Furthermore, the results indicated a statistically significant positive correlative relationship at (α=0.05) between the level of the organizational climate in the public secondary schools in Jordan and the level of teachers' job performance in these schools. Accordingly, the two researchers recommend that the Ministry of Education should improve the organizational climate in secondary schools in Jordan and hold training courses for principals in this field.

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