THE DEGREE OF ARAB SCHOOL PRINCIPALS' COMMITMENT WITHIN THE GREEN LINE TO THE CODE OF ETHICAL CONDUCT AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SCHOOL PERFORMANCE FROM THE TEACHERS' POINT OF VIEW
The study was aimed at identifying the degree of commitment of Arab school principals within the Green Line to the Code of Ethical Conduct, as well as its relationship to school performance as viewed by teachers. The descriptive, correlational survey method was adopted, with the questionnaire serving as a data collection tool. It was applied to a sample of (401) male and female teachers selected at random. The findings revealed that Arab school principals within the Green Line had a high degree of commitment to the Code of Ethical Conduct from the perspective of teachers, that Arab schools within the Green Line had a high degree of school performance, and that there was a statistically significant correlation between the degree of commitment of Arab school principals within the Green Line to the Code of Conduct. Morale and academic performance.
Degree of Commitment, The Code of Ethical Conduct, School Performance, The Green Line.