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Volume :46 Issue : 178 2020      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Dominate Ethical Climate in Kuwait Public Schools and its Relation to Teachers' Attitudes Toward Teaching Profession from their Point of View.

Auther : Dr. Amal A. Alsaleh

The Goal of the Study: The aim of the study is to investigate school teachers' perspectives toward the dominant ethical climate in public schools in Kuwait. It also aims to investigate their attitudes toward their teaching professions and its relation to their perspectives toward school ethical climate.
Study Methodology: The study adopted descriptive research methodology by using two instruments, one consisted of (21) items and the other from (12) items.
Sample and Study Data: The study sample was (1351) teachers in public schools in Kuwait.
Study Results: The results showed positive teachers' perspectives toward dimensions of the school climate. The independence climate was dominant and ranked first, according to teachers' responses, followed by efficiency climate, laws and rules climate, care climate, and instrumental climate came last. Additionally, Teachers' attitudes toward the profession were (high to medium). The five dimensions of the ethical climates in the school predict 29.9% of the total degree of teachers' attitudes toward the profession. There are statistical correlations between the four types of ethical climates (independence, efficiency, instrumental, and care) and teacher attitudes towards their teaching profession.

Keywords: Ethical climate, Attitudes toward teaching profession.

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