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American Journal of Educational Research. 2018, 6(4), 349-353
DOI: 10.12691/education-6-4-8
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The Influence of Gender on the Teachers' Degree of Organizational Commitment in Arab Schools in Israel

Fathi Mohsen Shamma1,

1Ministry of Education ¨CIsrael

Pub. Date: April 14, 2018

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Fathi Mohsen Shamma. The Influence of Gender on the Teachers' Degree of Organizational Commitment in Arab Schools in Israel. American Journal of Educational Research. 2018; 6(4):349-353. doi: 10.12691/education-6-4-8


The current study aimed to identify the impact of gender on the degree of the organizational commitment among the Arab schools' teachers in Israel. The study sample consisted of (250) male and female teachers in the Arab schools in Israel; to achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher used the analytical, descriptive approach where he prepared a questionnaire as a tool for data collection from the members of the study sample. After conducting the appropriate statistical methods, the researcher in this study concluded the following results: there is a very great degree in the level of the organizational commitment among the teachers in the Arab schools in Israel, there are no statistically significant differences at the level of significance (a=0.05) for the degree of the level of the organizational commitment among the teachers in the Arab schools in Israel from their perspective according to the impact of gender, According to the results, the study recommended the need to maintain and strengthen this degree through continuing and preserving this status and conducting studies on the organizational commitment and its relationship to other demographic variables, such as the educational level, the educational stage, and the type of school.

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