The Supervisory Role of the Headmaster at the Higher Secondary Level: A Teacher’s Perception

Saqib Khan


The secondary school headmaster occupies a well-established position in educational administration. However, views concerning the appropriate and functional roles of this post are by no means stabilized. Research studies reveal conflicting perceptions and expectations of appropriate responsibilities of school administrators. Therefore the search for adequate conceptual formulations of the role of the school administrator is significant and must continue. The current study sought to explore the relationship between teaching staff and the headmaster at the secondary level. It is also crucial to explore the impact of this relationship upon the students’ performance and their academic achievements. Additionally, a cross-cultural comparison was made between the attitude and behavior of the teaching staff and headmaster. The positive relationship between the teacher’s and the head of the institution (Headmaster) is the critical success factors for any institution including the schools, colleges and the Universities. There is an acute need of exploring the dimensions and issues of teaching staff in the secondary schools. This study will strive to make a substantial contribution to fill the existing gap in understanding the link.

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