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https://doi.org/10.32903/zs.64.1.5

The Differences in School Climate Perception of High School Students with Regard to the Founder of the School

Nena Rončević ; Sveučilište u Rijeci, Filozofski fakultet u Rijeci, Odsjek za pedagogiju, Rijeka, Hrvatska
Jelena Beno ; Rijeka, Hrvatska
Nena Vukelić ; Sveučilište u Rijeci, Filozofski fakultet u Rijeci, Odsjek za pedagogiju, Rijeka, Hrvatska


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str. 59-70

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School climate entails a relatively permanent quality of the school environment, which is a result of a combination of physical and social factors (formal and informal organization, participants' personality and leadership characteristics, Domović, 2003) and it affects the behaviour of its members. It is based on a common perception of behaviour of all stakeholders in a school. In this paper, the authors focus on certain aspects of Croatian secondary school pupils’ perception of the school climate. The research was conducted on a sample of 287 high school pupils attending six high schools in Zagreb, Rijeka and Osijek. There were two main aims of the study. The first aim of this study was to examine the metric properties of the instrument Croatian questionnaire of the school climate for primary school pupils (Velki & Kuterovac Jagodić, 2012) on a sample of high school pupils. The one factor structure has been confirmed with high reliability of the questionnaire for the high school pupil population. The second aim was to examine the high school pupils’ perceptions of the school climate and to determine whether there is a difference in the perception of the school climate between pupils from public schools and schools founded by religious communities. The results indicate that there is an overall positive perception of the school climate. Although particular patterns regarding certain cities have emerged between pupils from public schools and schools founded by religious communities in terms of the school climate perception, there are no differences in the perception of the school climate between the overall sample of pupils from public schools and schools founded by religious communities. The only difference in perception was found between younger and older high school pupils. In line with the previous research, younger high school pupils perceive the school climate to be more positive than their older colleagues.

Ključne riječi

student-teacher relationship; high school; contemporary school, school climate

Hrčak ID:

219661

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/219661

Datum izdavanja:

10.7.2018.

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