The Reality of Achieving Sustainability in Technical Colleges Operating in the Gaza Strip

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The objectives of the study were to identify the reality of sustainability in technical colleges. The variables of sustainability included three main dimensions (innovation, processes, and community environmental aspects). The analytical descriptive method was used in the study. A questionnaire consisting of (39) items was randomly distributed to the technical colleges in the Gaza Strip. The population of the study consists of (289) employees of the colleges mentioned, the response rate was (79.2%). The results showed that the technical colleges achieved a high level of sustainability in their operations with a total weight of 73.33%. where the field (environmental aspects of society) came first and with relative weight (73.97%), in the second place came the field (creativity and innovation) and relative weight (73.10%), finally, the field of operations came in third and last place with relative weight (72.92%). the results confirmed that there were differences between technical colleges in achieving sustainability, with the highest sustainability colleges being UCAS and least sustainable (CCA). The results showed that there were no differences between colleges in achieving sustainability according to the variable number of years of service. The researchers propose a number of recommendations, the most important of which is to increase attention to the dimensions of sustainability because of their role in the development and sustainability of technical education through enhancing and improving operations in technical colleges. Urging senior management and decision-makers to work in technical colleges to create, innovate, reward, and support their creators. There is a need to work on continuity and improve the environmental aspects of society and the creation of new and innovative ways to support and develop the environment of the community.
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