A Case Study on Leadership in a School Organization

Dr. Abida Siddiqui, Uzma Panhwar, Dr. Asif Ali Shah


The prevailing practices in Pakistan show that majority of school organizations believe in the development of anxiety, tension, fear and apprehension in subordinates. HMs are frequently producing only frustration and dissatisfaction in teachers and lower staff. Therefore, unproductive and unpleasant role of leadership is being criticized. The ongoing study paves the way to highlight the prose and cones of Educational Leadership in School Organization. This study is descriptive in nature and follows by case-study method. For the purpose of data collection. A Government Primary School was selected as a ‘case’ to search out the impacts of Leadership (HMs) in a School Organization. For the purpose of instrumentation, a structured interview and a Close-ended questionnaire were developed for cluster sampling. Further investigation was dressed up with primary data in terms of school records. The collected data was presented through descriptive statistics in tabulated form. The findings of research show that the level of achievement of determined tasks of school organization i.e. Educational Administration, Increment in Enrollment, Skillful Pedagogy, Pupils Improvement in Achievements level as well as in Co-curricular Activities, Effective Participation of Parents, and, In this way, the ongoing research suggest the measure to revitalize the leadership for the betterment of school organization depends upon the performance of leadership rather than the emphasizing over expensive and non-available physical facilities. So that the school organization may utilize he available human and material resources effectively.

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