The Management of Schools in the Eastern Economic Corridor
Keywords:Administration, School Management, The Eastern Economic Corridor
The purposes of this research were to identify the factors of the management of schools in the Eastern Economic Corridor and the confirmation results of the management of schools in the Eastern Economic Corridor on issues of accurate, appropriate, feasible and applicable. The sample group used in the research was school administrators, assistant director or head of academic affairs and teachers of the Office of the Basic Education Commission in the Eastern Economic Corridor totally of 270 respondents. The instruments for collecting the data were semi-structured interview, opinionnaire and confirmative form. The results of the research showed that the factors of the management of schools in the Eastern Economic Corridor were including 7 factors: (1) Strategic Management (2) Develop teachers to use information technology (3) Promote the creation of teaching and learning innovations (4) Network-assisted education administration (5) Promote positive workplace culture (6) Create a curriculum linking to integrate education management and (7) Organize the personnel management system. The five experts confirmed the result of 7 elements that it was accurate, appropriate, feasible, applicable and consistent with theory and research conceptual framework.
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