Exploration of Ethical Leadership in Teachers in Government High Schools of Lahore


  • Rizwan Ahmad Assistant Professor, Division of Education, University of Education Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Sumaira Majeed Assistant Professor (Visiting), University of Education Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Shamim Ullah Assistant Professor (Education), Institute of Education and Research, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan




Ethical Leadership, Ethics, Justice, Perceptions


The idea of ethics is frequently discussed in educational settings because it is part of daily life for ethical leadership students. Ethical leadership is someone who adheres to the rules because they are significant to him. The purpose of the research was explore the perception of SSTs regarding ethical leadership (EL) as well as the difference in it with respect to demographic characteristics of SSTs. The research was quantitative and descriptive approach was employed. Cross sectional survey was conducted to collect the quantitative data. Head teachers working in Government High Schools of Lahore made up population of the study. 375 head teachers selected randomly participated in the study. Instrument developed by Langlois (2005) was modified with the researcher's consent. In ELs, a six-point rating scale was employed. School administrators' opinions on ethical leadership (EL) and its supporting variables were found to be above average, which is considered to be a positive rating. On the basis of qualification, there was no discernible variation in EL, but there were considerable differences on the basis of age and experience. The current study demonstrated the need of taking into account the advantages of moral leadership while creating an efficient educational system. The results of this study have an impact on daily activities in educational settings.





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Ahmad, R., Majeed, S., & Ullah, S. (2023). Exploration of Ethical Leadership in Teachers in Government High Schools of Lahore. Pakistan Languages and Humanities Review, 7(3), 388–402. https://doi.org/10.47205/plhr.2023(7-III)34