Effects of Principal’s Positive Leadership on Job Insecurity and School Effectiveness in China
Zhaoyang Xu 1 2, Chia-Ching Tu 3 *
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1 Doctoral Candidate in Education Management at China-ASEAN International College, Dhurakij Pundit University, THAILAND
2 Zhengzhou Institute of Industrial Application Technology, Zhengzhou, CHINA
3 Educational Management Department, CHINA-ASEAN International College, Dhurakij Pundit University, THAILAND
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Abstract

This study took the teachers of private colleges and universities in Henan Province of China as the research objects, discussed the influence of the teacher perceived principal’s positive leadership on the school effectiveness, and explored the moderating role of job insecurity. A total of 450 samples were collected from five private universities in Henan Province, China in the method of convenient sampling, with 441 samples valid and the valid rate of 98%. SPSS 22 and AMOS 21 statistical software were conducted for processing, and the research results showed that teacher perceived principal’s positive leadership has a positive and significant impact on the school effectiveness in private colleges and universities, that the job insecurity of private college teachers has a negative and significant impact on school effectiveness, and that job insecurity plays a moderating role in the influence of teacher perceived principal’s positive leadership on the school effectiveness in private colleges and universities.

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Article Type: Research Article

https://doi.org/10.29333/ejmste/115458

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2019 - Volume 15 Issue 11, Article No: em1826

Publication date: 18 Dec 2019

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