Role of School Administration in Solving Students' Problems among Bedouin Schools within the Green Line in Palestine

Laila Khaled Badarna, Muhammad Ali Abu Ashour


The present study aimed to identify the role of the school administration in solving the students' problems and differences according to gender, scientific qualification, years of experience and job title. The sample consisted of (300) staff from those who are working in the Bedouin schools within the Green Line of Palestine. The author used a questionnaire in collecting data after verifying its validity and reliability. The results showed that the school administration in the Bedouin schools within the Green Line plays a moderate role in solving the problems of students. The domain of “the role of school administration in solving academic problems” ranked the first, and the results showed that there are no statistically significant differences due to the variables of gender scientific qualification, years of experience and job title in all domains of the questionnaire and the total questionnaire. The study concluded with some recommendations.

Key words: School administration, student problems, Bedouin schools.

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