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The Effect of Gender on Job Satisfaction Among Teachers in Arab Government Schools in Israel

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The study investigated the job satisfaction level among teachers working in Arab government schools in Israel. To achieve this goal, a questionnaire was developed and distributed to a sample of 200 teachers. The SPSS statistical package was used to analyze the data collected. The results of the study indicated a high level of job satisfaction. There were no significant statistical differences in job satisfaction due to gender. In view of the findings, the study recommended that teachers should be encouraged and empowered to increase their job satisfaction level, as this would help Arab government schools in Israel to achieve their goals and outcomes.
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Keywords: Arab teachers; gender; government schools; job satisfaction; quality teaching

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2019

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