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Volume :11 Issue : 41 1996      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The effectiveness of developed secondary school system in Saudi Arabia its ability to achieve its objectives

Auther : Abdullah M. Al-Ghamdi

This study concentarated on: (1) Exploring the opinions of principals, supervisors and teachers in secondary schools following the developed system in the city of Riyadh, about the effectiveness of the developed secondary school system and its ability to achieve its objectives. (2) Exploring the extent to which these opinions varied with type of job, degree, nationality, and experience. A questionnaire including the objectives of the developed secondary school system was distributed to the study sample in developed secondary schools in Riyadh.

This study attempted to answer the following question:

Was the developed secondary school system effective concerning the following aspects:

a - Clarity of objectives and to what extent did the programs and text books contents achieve these objectives?

b - The ability of the system to develop mental and cognitive abilities of the students?

c - The ability of the system to develop the Islamic spirit and sensitivity to national issues in students?

d - The ability of the system to prepare students to future life?

e - The acceptance of the system by community, and its applicability?

From the above questions came the following null hypotheses:

1 - There are no significant differences between the opinions of principals, supervisors, and teachers toward the effectiveness of the developed secondary school system and its ability to acheive its objectives.

2 - There are no significant differences between the opinions of principals, supervisors, and teachers due to degree held toward the effectivness of the developed secondary school system and its ability to acheive its objectives.

3 - There are no significant differences between the opinions of principals, supervisors, and teachers and those of non-Saudis toward the effectivness of the developed secondary school system and its ability to acheive its objectives.

4 - There are no significant differences between the opinions of principals, supervisors, and teachers due to years of

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