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The objectives of this research study were to develop the leadership model by using statistical factor analysis and to propose administrative effectiveness of Royal Awarded secondary school in the upper Northern region. The research was mixed quantitative and qualitative methodologies. The exploratory factor analysis technique was used to obtain the required leadership components of school administrators of Royal Awarded secondary school by a questionnaire survey of a sample of teachers in the Royal Awarded secondary school in the upper Northern region. The qualitative research technique was conducted by in-depth interviews of selected school administrators, teachers, un-structured field observations and group discussions. The content analysis was conducted from the collected data. The confirmatory factor analysis and Path analysis were employed by data from the questionnaire survey of the sample of Royal Awarded secondary schools throughout the country. The results of the research showed that leadership model of school administrators consisted of five key components: ideology and a role model, leader of changes, teamwork building inspirational leader and vision. The administrative effectiveness of Royal Awarded secondary school required four aspects: school management, learning management, academic management, and personal management.
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