The impact of educational administration and school administration on the achievement of secondary school students (Published)
The study aimed to identify the impact of educational administration and school administration on the achievement of secondary school students. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher followed the analytical descriptive approach. The questionnaire was also prepared to answer the study questions. The study sample consisted of (20) students from Al Jazza Secondary Mixed School. To a number of results, the most important of which was the existence of a statistically significant impact on the educational and school administration in raising students’ achievement.
The Saudi Arabian Educational system shared the philosophical principles, in its foundation, which concentrated on the achievement of goals, thereby taking up authoritative styles of leadership. However, organisations are beginning to be more liberal in today’s environment than in the 1940s and 1950s, and appealing to emotional intelligence as a tool and skill is needed for effective leadership. In the Saudi Arabian case, such developments are characterised by changes such as that of the educational supervisor having the role redefined to that of a director. This review tracks several parts; the first section helps western reader to understand the subtleties, complexities and intricacies of the Saudi Arabia education system and its approach to leadership system of education, history, culture and political contribution. This can lead to the larger extent understand if Emotional Intelligence is a provocation for better leadership of Saudi Arabian education sector or not. The second part is the growth of educational supervision in Saudi Arabia, focusing on the education system, and evaluates the impact of emotional intelligence as a necessary skill in leadership