The study aimed to explain the role of educational leaders in raising awareness of extremist religious intellect, and measuring the differences in the role of the educational leaderships in raising awareness with the extremist religious intellect from the point of view of the school teachers in the University province/ Amman, with the different personal and career variables. The researcher used the descriptive-associative approach. The study community consisted of the school teachers in the University province/Amman, where (1606) teachers work, (971) of them are female teachers, and (635) male teachers, The tools were distributed to a sample made of (250) female and male teachers. Some of the most important findings of the study is that there is a moderate degree of approval towards the role in educational leaders in raising awareness of extremist religious intellect from the teachers' perspective. The study also showed that there is statically significant differences in the role of the educational leaders in raising awareness of radical religious thought due to the qualification, and that there are differences between the study sample members from the bachelor's to the master's degree, the differences were in favor of the master's degree. The study also indicates that there is no statically significant differences in the role of the educational leaders in raising awareness of the extremist religious intellect due to experience and sex. The study recommends conducting training courses for the educational leaders which focuses on the subject of extremism, its threats , its forms, and the methods of educating the students in schools about the dangers of extremism on the individual and the Jordanian community
Abdelsalam Fahad Al-Awamrah *
: Educational Leadership, Awareness, Extremist religious intellect.