School Administrators Skills in Organizing the Parent Participation Studies

Canan Albez, Şükrü Ada

Abstract


The objective of this study is to ascertain administrator, teacher and parent opinions on the level of school administrators’ skills of organising parent participation efforts. The study group of the study conducted according to the descriptive survey model using the quantitative method consists of 273 school administrators, 916 teachers and 395 parents from primary schools, secondary schools and high schools, determined according to the stratified sampling method. The quantitative data of the research were obtained through the ‘scale for school administrators’ skills of organising parent participation efforts' applied to school administrators, teachers and parents after the validity - reliability studies were conducted. The study reached the conclusion that school administrators’ skills in organising parent participation efforts and the parent participation efforts conducted were inadequate.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v5i4.2184

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