—The term organizational health has been widely
discussed by administrators, employers and academic
institutions in the past fifty years. The present article is a part
of a correlation research which was been carried out to study
the relationship between the performance of the educational
administrators and the organizational health to obtain
Sustainable Development in Iranian high schools in Tehran,
Iran. The sampling method was cluster sampling and the
sample size was 180 teachers. The research instrumentation
consists of two questionnaires: the school organizational health
and the administrator performance. The research data was
analyzed in the quantitative level by using inferential and
descriptive statistics, and for describing the variables the
Pearson correlation coefficient and coefficient of determination
were used. Findings show that there is positive and significant
relationship between organizational health and the
performance of the principals. The results of the study also
indicate that there is a relationship between organizational
health with the principal performance in the areas of education
and teaching programs, student and staff affairs.
—ducational Administrators, Principal
Performance, Organizational Health, Sustainable Development.
Masoumeh Pourrajab is with Educational Administration, University
Putra Malaysia.(Email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Maryam Mahdinezhad is with Human Resource Development ,
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). (Email: email@example.com)
Mohammad Sadegh Bijandi is with Educational Administration,
University Putra Malaysia (UPM) (email : firstname.lastname@example.org) .
Dr. Ramli Basri is with Dept. of Education Foundation, Faculty of
Education, Universiti Putra Malaysia (email:
Khosrow Nazari is with Educational Administration, University Putra
Malaysia (email:email@example.com) .
Cite:Masoumeh Pourrajab, Maryam Mahdinezhad, Mohammad Sadegh Bijandi, Ramli Basri, and Khosrow Nazari, "Educational Administrators’ Performance and Organizational Health: Key Factors for Sustainable Development in High Schools," International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance vol.2, no.5, pp. 397-401, 2011.