Organizational climate and adjustment among teachers: A study of private and government schools
The present study attempts to analyze the significant difference between teachers of private and government schools on dimensions of organizational climate and adjustment. It is true that every educational organization has its own climate that distinguishes it from other and influences behaviour of their teaching staff in particular and administrative as a whole. In the same vein a satisfactory adjustment is essential in any job including teaching especially in school. The teacher must know how to be free from maladjustment like aggression, pressures and their personal problems. Keeping in mind the above said notion, the sample of the present study consists of N=300 teachers, 150 each from private and government schools have been randomly selected from North 24 Praganas district of West Bengal, Inida. School Organizational Climate Questionnaire and Teachers Adjustment Inventory were used to see the differences between the two groups on Organizational Climate and Adjustment. Analyses have been made using t-test which revealed significant difference between the two groups of respondents on Organizational Climate, Adjustment and their respective dimensions. Results are explained in the light of present scenario in existing private and public schools.
Amjad Ali. Organizational climate and adjustment among teachers: A study of private and government schools. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 7, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 26-34