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Table 4.20 below shows that Unity Schools (M = 3.60, SD = .57) reportedsignificantly higher levels of Inspirational motivation than Non-unity Schools (M =3.48, SD = .56).4.8.4 The Principal’s level of intellectual stimulationIn Table 4.20 below, the results of intellectual stimulation for 559 principals ofUnity and Non-Unity Schools were presented. All the principals level of intellectualstimulation were presented without classifying demographic variables, whichpresented a mean of 3.85 for Unity Schools and a standard deviation of .55, whilethe non-unity schools have a mean of 3.77 and a standard deviation of .54.With the above results, it is clearly established that principals of unity schools havethe highest level of intellectual stimulation than the Non-Unity Schools; therefore interms of intellectual stimulation the Unity Schools are high which means that thequality of education experienced in Unity Schools is higher than that of the NonUnitySchools. Table 4.20 below shows that Unity Schools (M = 3.85, SD = .55)reported significantly higher levels of Intellectual stimulation than Non-unitySchools (M = 3.77, SD = .54).4.8.5 The principal’s level of individualized considerationIn Table 4.20 below, the results of individualized consideration for 559 principals ofUnity and Non-Unity Schools were presented. All the principals level ofindividualized consideration were presented without classifying demographicvariables, which presented a mean of 3.90 for Unity Schools and a standarddeviation of .58, while the Non-Unity Schools have a mean of 3.68 and a standard
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