A.I.C.E.R Presents Paul Mosheti
Wednesday, Jan. 23
5 p.m.– 6:30 p.m., Bell Hall Room 013
Teacher Participation in School Decision-Making and Job Satisfaction and Correlates of Organizational Commitment in Senior Schools in Botswana
The purpose of this study was to investigate how teacher participation in school decision-making and job satisfaction is correlated to organizational commitment. A quantitative research design was used to survey 1500 full-time teachers in the 27 senior schools in the country. The study indicated a strong significant correlation of teacher participation in school decision-making, job satisfaction and organizational commitment.
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