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This study aimed to investigate teachers’ attitude on performance of principals of boys high -schools in terms of safe school
indicators in Eslam Shahr city. This was a descriptive survey study. The population consisted of all high -school teachers in
Eslam shahr (N = 434). In order to select a sample from related population, Cochran formula and simple random sampling
were administered and 201 participants were selected as sample. A researcher-made questionnaire based on safe school
indicators was used for collecting the necessary data. Its validity of tool was confirmed by experts in the field of safe sch ool.
Then the draft sample of questionnaire was conducted on 30 participants, the collected data were analysed using the
Cronbach Alpha formula and questionnaire reliability was determined to be 0.87. After conducting the final form of
questionnaire, the collected data were analysed at two descriptive (median, mean, mode, standard deviation and skewness)
and inferential (one-sample T-test) levels. The findings showed that at α = 0.05 level, from the perspective of teachers, the
performance of principals is above average mean in boys high -schools in Eslam Shahr.
Keywords: Performance evaluation, safe school indicators, health, providing information, monitoring, control.
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