Hussein Iskandar and Adeel Farrokh
The study was to explore the perception of secondary school heads and their managerial roles. The
sample of the study consisted of 56 school heads including 34 male and 22 females. A five-point scale
was designed by the researchers for data collection. One of the researchers personally collected and
recorded the information from the respondents. The analysis of data revealed that the school heads in
Pakistan had better than average managerial behavior. Female school heads had better managerial
behavior than their male counterparts.
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