[[abstract]]The objectives of this research are: first, to explore the meaning and related theories of organizational change; second, to understand how to operate school teachers’ association of junior high school; third, to explore strategies of teachers’ association change, and finally, to provide suggestions for educational authorities, schools and school teachers’ association. The methods adopted for the research was questionnaire survey and interview. First, based on the results drawn from the literature review, a questionnaire named “The questionnaire for current operating status of teachers’ association of junior high school” was developed. Questionnaires were delivered to 56 schools in Taipei areas in the form of multistage sampling. 338 out of 665 questionnaires sent out were effective. The statistics software tool used for the questionnaire analysis was the SPSS for Windows version 13.0. Second, two principals of junior high school and two chairmen of teachers’ association were chosen to be interviewed in the way of semi-structure interview. The conclusions derived from the literature review, the questionnaire survey, and interview on the strategies of teachers’ association change are as follows: 1. Generally speaking, staffs’ role perception of operating currently school teachers’ association shows medium-leveled quality. 2. The teachers’ association members’ perception of operating currently school teachers’ association is higher leveled than non-members. 3. The large-sized school staffs’ perception of operating currently school teachers’ association is higher leveled than the small-sized school staffs. 4. The main dilemmas confronted by school teachers’ association toward operating currently are “ teachers are so busy that they have no other time to take part in the activities of teachers’ association” and “ members of teachers’ association lack expertise in law”. 5. There is significant difference toward the role perception of main dilemmas confronted by teachers’ association between the staffs’ current position, seniority, members and non-members of teachers’ association, teachers’ association position, and school scale. 6. Staffs who ever served as a teachers’ association position have higher perception of main dilemmas confronted by teachers’ association than those who never served as any teachers’ association position. 7. Generally speaking, staffs’ role perception of strategies of teachers’ association change shows medium-leveled quality. 8. Teachers’ association presidents’ perception of teachers’ association change is higher leveled than other organizers. According to the research outcomes, the researcher provides suggestions to educational authorities, schools, school teachers’ association, as well as future relative researches.
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