Transformation leadership at the Sekolah Agama Rakyat: a purpose towards the development of education
Azizi, Abu Bakar
Mohd Nor, Jaafar
Jazmi, Md Isa
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Education reform process that applies in this country has caused leadership in school increasingly complex and challenging. Despite to the royal party's willingness to help in advancing a part of Sekolah Agama Rakyat (SAR) to Sekolah Agama Bantuan Kerajaan (SABK), there are still some part of SAR remain with its status. The purpose of this investigation is to look into the ability of school leaders in the SAR to compete with the current prime schools. Is there any leadership practice transformation foreman in SAR is able to affect the commitment of teachers in the SAR. The transformational leadership scale adapted from MLQ (Multi-Factor Leadership Questionnaire) Form 5X-Rater (1992) and the Organizational Commitment Questionnaire (OCQ) which is obtained from Mowday, Steers and Porter (1979) were used and the result demonstrates that adaptive min scores transformation leadership foreman in the SAR is 3.3231. When the results of data analysis on the relationship of transformational leadership and organizational commitment of teachers foreman at the SAR show a relationship both scored two variables r = 0.647 **. This value may be said to be large and significant. When the analysis using simple regression test showed all the R-square is rather high (0236 < R squared < 0419) with a Beta value is also high (0486 < β < 0639) to make sure investigators headmasters transformational leadership has a significant relationship with organizational commitment and all sub-factor.