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The Impact of Teachers’ Perceived Behavioral Integrity of their Supervisor on Teacher Job Satisfaction in Modern Orthodox Jewish Day Schools
This study focuses on teacher job satisfaction in Modern Orthodox Jewish day schools and how it is impacted by a teacher’s perception of their supervisor’s word-deed alignment, also called “perceived behavioral integrity,” the extent to which a supervisor’s behavior matches the values and vision he or she articulates. The literature suggests that there is a strong relationship between perceived behavioral integrity, trust, and job satisfaction. Based on surveys of 230 full-time teachers in Modern Orthodox Jewish day schools, this study considered the degree to which perceived behavioral integrity predicts teacher job satisfaction, taking the role of trust into account.
Updated: Jun. 28, 2017