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Teachers are the real architects of a nation and their competency, performance and sense of responsibility are crucial factors for successful nation-building. Teachers' sense of responsibility is a key factor for the successful teaching-learning process. It refers to the sense of obligation and commitment towards the profession to produce anticipated outcomes. Reflecting on the importance of this factor, the present study aimed to examine secondary and college teachers' sense of responsibility towards different dimensions related to the teaching profession. The sample of the study consisted of both in-service and prospective teachers. The study employed the descriptive survey method and both quantitative, as well as qualitative approaches, were used in the analysis of collected data. Overall the study found a high level of sense of responsibility among teachers. Whereas, the study found a disparity in results concerning the different demographic variables and distinct dimensions.
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