THE LINKS BETWEEN THE AUTONOMY GAP IN SCHOOLS, PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP, TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT

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Jakhongir Shaturaev

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This study examines the relationship between school autonomy gap, principal leadership, school climate, teacher psychological factors, teachers’ job satisfaction, and organizational commitment under the context of school autonomy reform. A path model has been developed to define the relationships between principal leadership and teachers’ outcomes via mediating variables.


Multiple-group comparison was used to explore the effect of the school autonomy gap in this process. We collected the data through a survey carried out in 26 senior secondary schools in China. In total 528 teachers and 59 principals and assistant principals participated. The results suggest a significant influence of instructional and transformational leadership on teachers’ job satisfaction and organizational commitment, mediated by the indirect impact of school climate and teachers’ self-efficacy. The school autonomy gap, which is closely related to principal leadership, emerged as an important influence in the path model.

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Shaturaev, J. (2022). THE LINKS BETWEEN THE AUTONOMY GAP IN SCHOOLS, PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP, TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT. Архив научных исследований, 2(1). извлечено от http://journal.tsue.uz/index.php/archive/article/view/2146
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Shaturaev, J. (2022). FINANCING PUBLIC EDUCATION IN INDONESIA. Архив научных исследований, 2(1). извлечено от http://journal.tsue.uz/index.php/archive/article/view/1735