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SCHOOLS ETHICAL ASPECTS FROM TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES

Mergime Tefiki, Atixhe Maksuti

Abstract


The main purpose of the study is to verify different approach of ethics in teachers behavior, are teachers informed for ethical norms, does schools have a written ethical code, whether schools organize trainings related to school ethics codes, to verify if schools have reporting procedures of unethical behaviors and how unethical behaviors are punished, to ascertain whether people with high integrity are rewarded at school. Main problem of the study is to define ethical aspects of schools in teachers’ behavior. The sample of the study from a total of 60 teachers, both male and female from elementary and high school teachers from several schools in Tetovo, Kicevo and Gostivar. The measuring instrument used was the created by professors from Baylor University. The items were adapted by the authors, with previous online research. The questionnaire with a total of 30 items has measured ethical aspects. The research confirmed that half of the respondents told that their school has a writer ethical code, and 74% of them think that justice and equality are valued higher for a society, the results show also that respondents value loyalty at higher extend.

Keywords: Ethics, teacher, ethical concerns, school.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v11i4.2284

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