The relationship of organizational citizenship behavior of teachers and satisfaction of professional activities

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The Study was conducted in Israeli schools. In the article the author considers the relationship of organizational civic behavior of teachers and satisfaction with professional activities and concludes that they are important components of a successful teacher.

Organizational civic behavior, job satisfaction, general policy in the education system

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