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Factors that influence Affective Commitment to teaching in Libya
IOSR Journal of Business and Management
The purpose of this study is to get an insight into the prevailing conditions of primary schools in Libya. Ayers (2010) has confirmed that there remains a gap in the current literature regarding specific attitudinal behaviours influencing organizational commitment across various levels of education. The educational sector in Libya today is in dire need of a revamp. This study aims to take an in-depth look into the obstacles that has resulted in a serious lack of commitment among teachers indoi:10.9790/487x-16233746 fatcat:mt77vebyarertp6erdvwchdsra