Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Does transformational leadership have an impact on education and how teacher organizational commitment nurture education and excellence in Chinese Secondary schools? - A Critical Evaluation


Liu Xian, MD JAIS BIN ISMAIL

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I2.300

Keywords: Transformational Leadership, Teacher Organizational Commitment, Chinese Secondary schools, Student learning.


Abstract

Abstract Transformational leadership has been found to have a positive impact on organizational commitment, capacity development, and performance. However, schools, particularly high schools in China undergoing educational reform measures under No Child Left Behind, have paid little attention to these linkages.Transformative school leadership is the most extensively studied style of school leadership in China. Because transformative leadership has been demonstrated to have a positive impact on school atmosphere and student performance, we set out to investigate what factors influenced its development in this paper. Teacher organizational commitment is a significant factor for improving school outcomes, especially student academic achievement. But, it is still unclear what factors influence teacher commitment to student learning in Chinese secondary schools. Hence, in this paper, we reviewed the factors influencing teacher commitment for educational excellence.Also, the teachers' level of organizational commitmentwith regard to the commitment to school, to teaching works, to work group and to teachingoccupation are described in this paper.

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