Document Type : Original Article


1 Master of Educational Research, Elementary School Principal, Iran

2 Computer Technician, Apprentice, Iran

3 Master of Science in Psychology, Teacher, Iran

4 Bachelor of Educational Sciences, Teacher, Iran


This study has investigated various factors on the academic progress of students in educational systems. Academic progress means that the expected level of education is met and the education organization is closer to the predetermined goals. Academic progress means increasing the amount of learning, increasing the level of grades and acceptance of students in courses and academic level. Undoubtedly, in today's advanced world, one of the signs of a person's success is academic success, without which the development and progress of any country will not be possible. The progress of any country is directly related to the progress of science and technology of that country. Scientific progress cannot be achieved unless thinking and creative people are trained. While educational progress is effective in the development and prosperity of the country, it leads to finding a suitable job and position at high levels, and as a result, sufficient income. Students who have academic success, their family and society will look at them with respect and they will be present in the society with more spirit and cheerfulness, and besides these, the exorbitant costs that are imposed on education and training due to academic failure. The role of human factor in organizations is very important. Therefore, according to the morals and motivations of the human factor in any organization, it is a necessity and a high priority. Human resources are one of the basic factors in every organization. This issue is more important in education.


Main Subjects


©2024 The author(s). This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which permits use, sharing, adaptation, distribution and reproduction in any medium or format, as long as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. The images or other third party material in this article are included in the article’s Creative Commons license, unless indicated otherwise in a credit line to the material. If material is not included in the article’s Creative Commons license and your intended use is not permitted by statutory regulation or exceeds the permitted use, you will need to obtain permission directly from the copyright holder. To view a copy of this license, visit:


Sami Publishing Company remains neutral concerning jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.


Sami Publishing Company



[1]. H. Zarei, Investigating the Relationship between Control and Job Stress and Teachers' Job Satisfaction, 2002. [Google Scholar]
[2]. P. Ahmadi, S. Keshavarz, The place of citizenship education and citizenship rights in the curriculum of elementary social studies, Journal of Bioethics, 2018, 7, 121-140. [Google Scholar]
[3]. T. Alipouryani, S. Zare, O. Naderi, Quran and Citizenship Patterns, Quranic Knowledge Research, 2018, 9, 163-191. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[4]. Z. Anbari, D. Goodarzi, M. Mehdian, Design, implementation and evaluation of interpersonal skills development program based on the World Bank model, Journal of Medical Education, 2011, 5, 306-285. [Google Scholar]
[5]. B. Askari, M. Rezaei, Citizenship skills, Journal of New Advances in Psychology, Educational Sciences and Education, 2019, 30, 28-18. [Google Scholar]
[6]. M. Badaqian, F. Nateghi, 6 Neglected citizenship skills in the Iranian elementary school curriculum, Curriculum Research, 2016, 13, 1-12. [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[7]. S. Zohoor, Z. R Eslami, O. Tabatabaei, Impact of Dynamic Assessment Principles on Learning and Retention of Conditional Sentences among Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners, Language Related Research, 2021, 12, 551-577. [Google Scholar], [Publisher]‏‏‏, [Crossref]‏‏‏
[8]. C. Fathi Vajargah, Yemeni Red Embroidery Identify and prioritize the life skills needed by adults to be included in school curricula, Quarterly Journal of Education, 2013, 24, 23-21. [Google Scholar]
[9]. S. Fathi, Mukhtarpour, Evaluation of the impact of citizenship skills on promoting social development (Study case: Districts 3, 7 and 14 of Tehran), Social Development Studies of Iran, 2017, 9, 87-103. [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[10].      S. Franch, Global citizenship education: A new ‘moral pedagogy’ for the 21st century, European Educational Research Journal, 2020, 19, 506-524. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[11]. E. Geboers, F. Geijsel, W. Admiraal, G. ten Dam, Educational Research Review, 2012, 3, 158. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[12]. E. Ghaibi, M.R. Soltani Manesh, M. Bushra, Z. Gilani, K. Salimi Nabi, F. Zarif, Comparison of Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Job Creativity between Male and Men's Education Personnel 1 Ahwaz, Eurasian Journal of Chemical, Medicinal and Petroleum Research, 2022, 1, 49-57. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[13]. M. Zbuzant, Different Weight Percentages Doubled in the Catalyst, Eurasian Journal of Chemical, Medicinal and Petroleum Research, 2022, 1, 40-48. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[14]. R. Jahanian, S.M. Goreshy, The relationship between organizational citizenship behavior and knowledge management, The Journal of Modern Thoughts in Education, 2018, 13, 47-60. [Google Scholar]
[15]. S. Mellor, K.J. Kennedy, Australian students’ democratic values and attitudes towards participation: Indicators from the IEA civic education study, International Journal of Educational Research, 2003, 39, 525-537. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[16]. A. Lin, Citizenship education in American schools and its role in developing civic engagement: A review of the research, Educational Review, 2015, 67, 35-63. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[17]. N. Alrabadi, S. Shawagfeh, R. Haddad, T. Mukattash, S. Abuhammad, D. Al-rabadi, R. Abu Farha, S. AlRabadi, I. Al-Faouri, Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research, 2021, 12, 78-86. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[18]. A. Qaltash, M. Salehi, S. Mohammad Jani, Assessing the level of citizenship skills of third grade female high school students, Quarterly Journal of Women and Society, 2013, 4, 107-121. [Google Scholar]
[19]. R.L. Quezada, Internationalization of teacher education, creating globally competent teachers and teacher education: Creating globally competent teachers and Teacher educators for the 21st century, Teaching Education, 2010, 21, 1-5. [Google Scholar], [PDF]
[20]. N. Asadi, F. Salmani, S. Pourkhajooyi, M. Mahdavifar, Z. Royani, M. Salmani, Investigating the relationship between corona anxiety and nursing care behaviors working in corona's referral hospitals, Iranian Journal of Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology, 2020, 26, 306-319. [Crossref], [Google Scholar], [Publisher]
[21]. M. Sobhaninejad, H. Najafi, An Analysis of the Status of the Basic Components of Citizenship Education in Social Studies Textbook at Elementary Schools, Journal of Education and Learning Research, 2018, 15, 67-87. [Google Scholar], [Publisher] ‏‏‏