Examination of Implementation Level of the Total Quality Management Principles by the Principals and Teachers Functioning at Elementary Schools: The Case of Adiyaman Province

Huseyin H. Tasar, Mucahit Celik

Abstract


This study is conducted for the purpose of examining the implementation levels of the Total Quality Management principles by the principals and teachers functioning at the elementary schools. The study is executed with 30 school principal and 300 teachers functioning at the public elementary schools in Adiyaman province. A questionnaire set up by the researchers after consulting to the expert opinion is used for data gathering. Data concerning the study is analyzed by using SPSS package software. At the end of the study, it was observed that the principals and teachers functioning at the elementary schools implement the Total Quality Management principles at their occupational studies. It is further determined that the teachers have higher implementation levels than the principals as regards such principles.

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