The Role of Secondary School Principals in Determining the Future Traits of Students in The Haifa District Within the Green Line
The study aimed to identify the role of secondary school principals in determining the future characteristics of students in the Haifa District within the Green Line from the teachers' point of view. The descriptive correlative approach was used in the study, and its sample consisted of (618) male and female teachers who were selected using a simple random method from the study population. To achieve the objectives of the study, two tools were developed. The first was a questionnaire to measure the role of secondary school principals in determining the future features of students in the Haifa district. It included (39) items distributed on four axes: learning and creativity, informatics, media and technology, life and vocational skills, and cognitive skills. The validity and reliability of the tool have been confirmed. The results of the study showed that the role of secondary school principals in determining the future features of the student was moderate. The results also showed that there were statistically significant differences in the role of secondary school principals in determining future features due to the impact of the educational qualification variables in favour of the “Master’s holders and above” category, years of experience in favour of the “ten years or more” category, and gender in favour of “females”.