The relationship of principals' leadership behavior and teachers' job satisfaction and

Evans, Virden; Johnson, Dewayne J.
March 1990
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Mar90, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
Determines the relationships of job satisfaction, job-related stress and teachers' perception of principals' leadership behavior. Job-related stress as a reason why teachers leave the profession; Predictors for job satisfaction; Leadership of principals' contribution to job-related stress among teachers.


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