A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ COLLEGIAL PRACTICES AND PROFESSIONAL COMMITMENT
The goal of this study was to discover the link between secondary school teachers' collegial practises and their professional dedication. This study used a corelational research design. Both a questionnaire on collegial behaviours and a second on professional commitment were utilised to gather data for this study. For this study, researchers gathered a sample of 240 Lahore District secondary school teachers (120 men and 120 women). The selection of the sample was accomplished by the use of a multistage sampling procedure. The social science statistics programme was used to tabulate and analyse the data that was acquired using instruments (SPSS). An inferential test and a t-test with an independent sample were utilised, together with the Pearson correlation coefficient, in order to answer the study question. In this study, secondary school teachers' collegial behaviours and their professional dedication were found to be significantly different. Furthermore, secondary school teachers' collegial practises were found to have a substantial association with their professional commitment. Teachers should be encouraged to cultivate collegiality among them so that they can more successfully and efficiently carry out their responsibilities in schools, as was previously stated.