عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this research was studying the impact of management process on Eighth grade students’ success in Iran, compared to successful countries (united states, Chinese Taipei, Russian Federation, Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong) in TIMSS 2007. The comparative-analytic study was done using correlation method. In order to analyze school management variables such as administrative activities, educational monitoring, staff evaluation, teaching and public relation- based on data obtained from questionnaires of TIMSS 2007- descriptive statistics were used. Results indicated no significant relation between executive activities, educational supervision, monitoring and principals’ teaching at school and students academic success. And also, the relationship between principals public relation, i.e., parents, society and financial support, and students’ success was significant, as well as positive. In all mentioned countries, principals have spent most of their times on executive, educational monitoring, controlling and evaluating the staff , afterwards on public relations and the least on teaching.