THE CORRELATION BETWEEN EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL QUALITY PLANNING, CAPACITY OF ORGANIZING PERSONNEL AND TEACHERS’ WORK MOTIVATION

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Ahmad Tanzeh

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School success is determined by not only teachers and principals but also greatly influenced by the principal through managerial capability in creating high teacher morale. High teacher morale is certainly intended to support the realization of organizational goals of the school. The purpose of this study was to describe direct correlation between the effectiveness of school quality planning and capacity of organizing personnel and teachers’ work motivation. To achieve the given objective, a quantitative approach was used. In the perspective of the data analysis, this study belonged to a correlational research. The research was conducted in Islamic school in Blitar regency, East Java, Indonesia. The sample of the study was 100 teachers, taken from 224 teachers as the population. The data were collected by distributing questionnaires that had fulfilled the requirement of having high levels of validity and reliability. Hypothesis testing was done by using SEM (Structural Equation Modeling). Meanwhile, descriptive analysis was done by using a computer program Amos 04. The results of descriptive analysis revealed that: (1) The average level of the effectiveness of school quality planning, capacity of organizing personnel, and work motivation was categorized as high, (2) Comprehensively, the conceptual model of the correlation of the developed variable was fit (good) and it fulfilled the standard requirement of goodness-of-fit, so that it could be used to test hypothesis.

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TANZEH, Ahmad. THE CORRELATION BETWEEN EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL QUALITY PLANNING, CAPACITY OF ORGANIZING PERSONNEL AND TEACHERS’ WORK MOTIVATION. MOJEM: Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 4, p. 82-105, sep. 2019. ISSN 2289-4489. Available at: <https://mojem.um.edu.my/article/view/20075>. Date accessed: 21 apr. 2021.
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