The reality of Applying Administrative Entrepreneurship in Public Secondary Schools in Egypt and Its Constraints

Mohamed G. Ahmed


This study aimed to identify the reality of applying administrative entrepreneurship in public secondary schools in Egypt and its constraints from the view point of the administrators and teachers. It aimed also to identify the impact of these variables: job, experience and gender. To identify the problem, the study utilized the descriptive design. Sample of the study were 227 participants, of which 52 administrators and 175 teachers in the school year of 2013/2014. Questionnaire was utilized for the sample including 2 variables and 4 dimensions including 61 items. Reliability and validity were verified. Results showed that responses of the sample were medium. There were statistically significant mean differences between the responses in all of the dimensions related to job. There were statistically significant mean differences due to gender in creativity dimension only; and due to experience in creativity and risk taking. The main challenges in entrepreneurship application were financial and nonfinancial shortage and pressure. The study recommended enhancing work environment for entrepreneurship and fostering its culture.




Entrepreneurship, administrative entrepreneurship, Public Secondary Schools, creativity, risk, uniqueness, initiativeÆ

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