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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 6, June 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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A Correlation Study Between Principals’ Instructional Leadership Practice And Teachers’ Organizational Commitment In Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia

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AUTHOR(S)

Budy Sugandi, Endale Tadesse, Nabila Ghassani

 

KEYWORDS

Public High School, Instructional Leadership, TeacherOrganizational Commitment, Affective, Continuance, Normative

 

ABSTRACT

The key purpose of the study was to assess the influence of principals’ instructional leadership practice on teachers’ organizational commitment inPublic High Schools at Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia.For that reason,the researcher usedacross-sectional survey design to get wide information from the participants of the study.Public highschool teachers were the target group and simple random sampling wasimplemented to get 250 teachers from 5 high schools from the totally of 8schools in Yogyakarta.OC and PIMRS scales were employed as thequestionnaires which are employed to get the intended responses from the sample teachers who participated in the study. The data was analysedby the means of descriptive statistics, correlations (zero-order and partial), and multiple regressions were.From the finding, it was concluded that male, experienced and elder teachers have low commitment level but they believe that instructional level may help them to develop their commitment to their school and principal’s instructional leadership practice seems very practical from teachers’ view of perception.Therefore its recommended that the government needs to assign more young teachers in high school and promote peer teaching among teachers to create a balance.

 

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