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    Title: Grey Relational Analysis on the teachers satisfaction toward school administrative operation of elementary school
    Authors: Liao,Chun-Pao
    Contributors: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering
    Keywords: elementary school, teachers, gray correlation system, administrative measures
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2009-11-18 21:14:15 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: The purpose of this study is to explore the correlation between elementary school teachers and satisfaction with administrative measures. The primary research tool is the questionnaire “Using Gray Correlation to Evaluate the Correlation between Elementary School Teachers and Satisfaction with Administrative Measures” written by the researcher after referring to questionnaires by domestic and foreign scholars. After formal completion of the questionnaire, the researcher uses 239 elementary school teachers at a school in Taichung County, and uses gray correlation theory to analyze the priority sequence of factors that influence teacher satisfaction to administrative measures. Then, the teachers with different background variables are categorized in order to understand the different demands of teachers and their satisfaction toward service quality of school administrative measures.
    Based on the results of investigation, this study finds the following conclusions:
    1. Teachers of all background variables generally show a greatest correlation between whether a school can “provide teachers with job security” and overall satisfaction. Research results of this study show that teachers are most concerned with whether the school can “provide teachers with job security.” This means, if teachers have a stable work environment, their work satisfaction can be enhanced.
    2. The correlation between teachers and their satisfaction with school administrative measures would change with the background variables of teachers. Teachers with different background variables would have different expectations and satisfaction for school administrative measures.
    3. Based on the different background variables of teachers, the sequences of correlations to satisfaction for school administrative measures are:
    (1). Based on gender analysis, the correlation to overall satisfaction is: school can provide teachers with job security > school can provide timely concern > proactive treatment of various problems > has comprehensive and convenient hardware facilities > planned school affair management and true execution.
    (2). Based on years of employment (under 5 years, 5-10, 11-15, over 15), the correlation to overall satisfaction is: school can provide teachers with job security > school can provide timely concern > proactive treatment of various problems > has comprehensive and convenient hardware facilities > planned school affair management and true execution.
    (3). Based on different levels of education (more than graduate school, graduation from a teacher’s university, graduation from a regular university, graduation from teacher’s college), the correlation to overall satisfaction is: school can provide timely concern > school can provide teachers with job security > has comprehensive and convenient hardware facilities > proactive treatment of various problems > planned school affair management and true execution.
    (4). Based on different positions (teacher and administrator, homeroom teacher, subject teacher), the correlation to overall satisfaction is: school can provide teachers with job security > school can provide timely concern > proactive treatment of various problems > has comprehensive and convenient hardware facilities > planned school affair management and true execution.
    (5). Based on different school sizes (12 classes and under (inclusive), 13~24 classes, 25~36 classes, 37 classes and over (inclusive)), the correlation to overall satisfaction is: school can provide teachers with job security > school can provide timely concern > proactive treatment of various problems > has comprehensive and convenient hardware facilities > planned school affair management and true execution.
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