The Faculty of Graduate Studies awarded the researcher Moammar Allan Soud Mahmoud a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration in response to his thesis entitled “Level of performance for parent’s councils, its connection with the level of school violence for students at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank from the perspectives of administrators, teachers and counselors”.
This study aimed at identifying the level of performance for parents councils, its connection with the level of school violence for students at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank from the perspectives of administrators, teachers and counselors, according to the following variables (job, gender, scientific qualification, years of experience and directorate). The population of the study consisted of all the administrators, teachers and counselors in basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank directorates in the second term in the year 2016- 2017, distributed to the Governorates (Jenin, Qabatia, Tubas, Nablus, South of Nablus, Tulkarem, Qalqilya and Salfeet), which reached (14458). The random stratified sample was chosen on the variable directorate that represents the number of employees in the northern governorates of West Bank. The sample consisted of (375) school employees. 
To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher developed a questionnaire consisted of (53) items distributed to two axes: the first axis 
Contained three domains related to the level of performance for parents councils at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank. The second axis contained three domains related to the level of school violence for students at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank. The researcher made sure about the validation and stability of the tool.
The results of the study showed that the level of performance for parents councils at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank from the perspectives of administrators, teachers and counselors was moderate (M=3.25). And the level of school violence for students at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank from the perspectives of administrators, teachers and counselors was moderate (M=2.88). The results of the study also showed that there is an impact statically significant of variables gender (for males), and job (for counselors, teachers then administrators) on the level of school violence for students at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank. On the other hand the variables of the scientific qualification, years of experience, the directorate where he works and the level of performance for parent’s councils the results showed that there is no impact statically significant on the level of school violence for students at basic government schools in the northern governorates of West Bank. 
In view of these results, the study recommended to upgrade the level of performance for parent’s councils, to decrease the student’s school violence and to take care of psychological and educational advisory for all the employees at school including administrators, teachers and counselors to face student’s negative actions, and the focus needs to be on male students in this respect.
The committee consisted of: Dr. Abdul-Kareem Ayyoub as a main supervisor and Chairman, Dr. Ashraf Al- Sayegh as a second supervisor, Dr. Mohammed Dabous as an external examiner and Prof. Abed Assaf as an internal examiner.
At the end of the session, the committee approved the success of the researcher and recommended him a Master’s degree.
 
 

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