Multivariate Analysis of Principle Demographics on School Climate in Kelantan, Malaysia

Abdullah, Ibrahim and Mustafa, Mamat (2018) Multivariate Analysis of Principle Demographics on School Climate in Kelantan, Malaysia. Applied Mathematical Sciences, 12 (5). pp. 219-227. ISSN 1312-885X

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The principal is the person who is responsible for all activities that occur at school. Principals are also consultants, advisors and coordinators for teaching and learning programs in schools. The role of school principals not only administrators but they also have to engage in professional activities of teachers and students. School climate is depicted through the personality of an individual and how the teacher strives to reach the level of school climate organization. Demographic factors that influence the level of school leadership in effective schools and less effective schools. These factors include age, gender, and experience in school administration. There are three factors that influence the school climate in this study, namely the age, gender and years of working experience of the principals. The multiple linear regression analysis was used in this study and analyzed by using SPSS software. What is the relationship between the demographic factors of the principal (age, gender, and years of working experience) to school climate? Overall, independent variables such as age, gender and years of working experience are factors that influence school climate. The results of the data analysis by using multiple regression methods showed that age (  0.219, p  0.05) , gender (  0.807, p  0.05) and years of working experience of principals (  0.203, p  0.05) were factors contributing to school climate.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Multivariate, School Climate, Principle Demographics
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HA Statistics
L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Rafidah M.Saaid
Date Deposited: 17 Feb 2022 02:33
Last Modified: 17 Feb 2022 02:36

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