The purpose of this study was to identify the supportive leadership behaviors of high school principals as perceived by high school teachers in Kandal province. This study focused on the role of school principals in providing the support needed to ensure the success of their schools. Data collection involved a survey instrument consisting of 31 supportive leadership behaviors from four domains: emotional, instrumental, instructional and technical. The survey questionnaires were directly provided by the researcher
[:en] EDUCATION We have learned, witnessed and probably undergone the education system as following: 1. access to education has huge disparity (no equal and equitable opportunity) 2. Quantity of education is unintentionally and prevalently limited (too little to learn) 3. Quality of education is not the primary concern (what has been learnt is irrelevant and unimportant) 4. Sustainability of education is not ensured (most schools are likely to collapse) 5. Benefits of education is not
This research is conducted by Mr. Sot Visal in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of Master of Education in Educational Administration and Leadership at Master of Education program, Royal University of Phnom Penh. The purpose of this research was to investigate teachers’ perceptions of leadership styles namely: transactional, transformational, and laissez-faire leadership adopted by principals and the extent to which schools displayed characteristics of learning organizations as measured by Senge’s (1990a) model.
Career advice/education is defined as the development of knowledge, skills and attitudes through a planned program of learning experiences in education and training settings which will assist students to make informed decisions about their study or work options and enable effective participation in working life. The Cambodian Ministry of Education Youth and Sports’2004 curriculum policy required all schools to provide career advice for grade 10 students. In this study, the researcher explored the experiences of