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"Many Muslim schools are disorganized
Regardless of the comparatively healthier environment, many Muslim schools continue to be disorganized.
Alkhateeb said sticking to rules and starting and ending classes on time, for example, are a problem for many of these schools.Another difficulty is staff turnover, which is due to two other problems: poor wages for teachers and culture clashes at the administrative level.
Poor wages for teachers in Muslim schools
Alkhateeb pointed to the "horrible" wages teachers are offered at most Muslim schools as part of the explanation for staff turnover."
"An overall bad administrative model
A top-down leadership approach, imported from "back home" versus a more team-oriented, North American-based horizontal leadership approach, is also cause for clashes in many Muslim schools.
Alkhateeb explained that in the first approach, a good leader is considered someone who bosses everyone around, without consultation. This, in fact, is seen as a drawback. In the second case, consultation is part of the process, and the head of an organization engages in this with fellow workers. It is interesting to note that the latter method has roots in Islam and is known as Shura or conducting all affairs by consultation.
This culture clash in leadership perception leads many Muslim school teachers to quit in frustration, she said."
"Academic standards: how do Muslim schools fare?
"Most of the Muslim schools have not developed to the point of being comparable academically to a well-run Christian private school or Jewish private school for that matter," said Alkhateeb."
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