Main Article Content
The study aimed to identify the level of organizational justice and its relation to achieving institutional excellence from the point of view of workers in the directorates of education in Hebron, according to the variables:(gender, age, scientific qualification, job title, years of service and Directorate). To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher used the descriptive approach. The sample consisted (103) employees, distributed a questionnaire consisting(57) paragraphs, (33) paragraphs to measure organizational justice and (24) to measure the measure of institutional excellence. The results of the study indicated that the level of organizational justice and the level of institutional excellence in the directorates of education in Hebron governorate was average in general. The areas of organizational justice were respectively: (interactive justice, distributive justice, evaluative justice, procedural justice), while the areas of institutional excellence were respectively: (leadership excellence, excellence in service delivery, human excellence). The results showed that there were no statistically significant differences in the level of organizational justice and its role in achieving institutional excellence according to the variables (age, scientific qualification, job title, and Directorate), while differences were found according to gender variables and years of service. Moral significance between organizational justice and institutional excellence. The study issued several recommendations, the most important of which are:(Modifying the prevailing procedures and laws in order to raise the level of organizational justice and work on developing an effective system of incentives and the need to reward outstanding employees).