The general hypothesis of this study is that principal influence is positively related to school trust; however, school trust is viewed from the multi-dimensional perspective in relation to the faculty's collective trust in the principal, colleagues, and clients. Hence, the research addresses to what extent principal influence is a predictor of organizational trust.Examples of this prejudice can be seen in cases of attractiveness. Beauty has long been noted in history. In the fourth century B.C. Aristotle wrote, aBeauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of introductiona (Ehrlic aamp; DeBruhl, 1996, p.
|Title||:||Principal Influence and Faculty Trust: An Analysis of Teacher Perceptions in Texas Middle Schools|
|Author||:||Adrian A. Flores|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|