Managerial Processes, Perception, Elementary Schools, Teachers, Training Needs
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There are many factors affecting the performance of teachers in elementary schools. One of them is the managerial processes applied in schools. The aim of this study is to analyze the perceptions of teachers concerning the execution of managerial processes in elementary schools and to study whether or not if there is any significant difference about the opinions of teachers according to their gender. The study was carried out in elementary schools located in Nicosia in North Cyprus. As a result of detailed literature survey, a questionnaire was designed to collect data from the teachers working in elementary schools concerning the execution of managerial processes. The findings report that out of 28 questions asked to the teachers, for only five there were significant differences and for the remaning 23 items, there were no significant differences about the perceptions of teachers according to their gender. Chi-Square tests are appied to analyze the results and based on findings, the training requirements of school administrators are determined.