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ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AND TEACHER SATISFACTION IN THE MYPES OF THE TUMBES EDUCATION SECTOR

Authors

  • Fernando Escobedo , Julio Cjuno , Ronald M. Hernández

Abstract

This research determined the characterization of the organizational climate and the satisfaction of teachers
in the MyPes of the Tumbes education sector, year 2018; Through a cross-sectional descriptive design
methodology, focused on determining the characteristics of the contents of the dimensions of
organizational climate and job satisfaction, its population was made up of teachers from 33 Private
Educational Institutions of Initial Education of Tumbes and the sample by probabilistic sampling It was
made up of 110 educators. Private Educational Institutions - IEP in Tumbes, belong to the MyPe Regime,
of the Cradle - Initial modality; their educators present the necessary conditions and requirements for the
profile with the professional title of Graduates in Education, of feminine sex. It was found that 36.4% of
educators consider the level of organizational climate to be bad, and 33.6% regular; and that satisfaction
with the organization regarding the decisions made by the director; It was found that 33.6% of educators
believe that the level of satisfaction is medium, and 33.6% considered that the level is low. It was observed
that educators show levels of bad organizational climate and level of medium and low job satisfaction, due
to poor infrastructure, limited equipment and materials. These inequalities must be adhered to with greater
initiative by the principal in encouraging the participation of their educators, regarding educational
management and leadership styles.

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2020-11-29

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Fernando Escobedo , Julio Cjuno , Ronald M. Hernández. (2020). ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AND TEACHER SATISFACTION IN THE MYPES OF THE TUMBES EDUCATION SECTOR. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 582 - 589. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/763