Model of Factors Resulting the Success of Good Governance Administration of the Small Size Schools under the Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area

Authors

  • La-iead Paratang D.P.A. Student (Public and Private Management), Mahasarakham Rajabhat University
  • Asst. Prof.Dr. Somkiet Kietjareon Public Administration Program, Mahasarakham Rajabhat University
  • Asst. Prof.Dr. Sittiporn Soonthorn Public Administration Program, Mahasarakham Rajabhat University

Keywords:

Factors Resulting the Success of Administration, Good Governance, Small Size Schools under, The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area

Abstract

The objectives of this research were 1) to study the level of factors resulting the success of good governance administration of small size schools under The Office of MahaSarakham Educational Service Area 2) to study the success of good governance administration of small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area, 3) to study the correlation of the factors resulting the success of good governance Administration of small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area 4) to study their suggestions of factors resulting the success of good governance administration of small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area and 5) to establish the factors resulting the success of good governance administration of small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area. The samples of quantitative research were 316 persons related to the small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area calculated by Taro Yamane formula. The instrument for research was 90 items with five rating scale questionnaire of reliability level at.93. The statistics applied were mean, standard deviation, Pearson’s product-moment correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis with stepwise method. The samples of qualitative research were 11 persons related to the small sized schools. The results of the research were as follows ;
1. The factors resulting the success of good governance administration of small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area as a whole were rated at highest level. As classified by aspect, five aspects were rated at highest level and the other five aspects were rated at high level placed in descending order of each mean were the policy performance, the decentralization, the administrative leadership, the consensus oriented, the rule of law, response, the transparency, the equity, the accountability and the participation.
2. The success of good governance administration of small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area as a whole were rated a thigh level. As classified by aspect, one aspect was rated at highest level and the other four were rated at high level, placed in descending order of each mean were the highest benefit of the students, the efficiency, the achievement to the function of the state, the effectiveness and the worthwhile.
3. The factors resulting the success of good governance administration
under the small size schools under The Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area can be summarized as follows; the decentralization, the rule of law, consensus oriented, the administrative leadership, the policy performance, the equation construction to explain factors resulting this success shown in the following equation ;
Y =.494 +. 291X3 +.111 X5 +.187X6 +.254X8+.240X9 +.261X10
4. The three highest frequency suggestion for factors resulting the success of good governance administration of small size schools under The Office of MahaSarakham Educational Service Area from each aspect garnered from conducting the research were; the schools should provide the opportunity to the people,especially the guardians, to be informed about the service to the students, the students lunch, for example. The service policy should be focus on the academic need of students and guardians and the educational committee should be invited to deliver their suggestions concerning the expenditure of the school budget.

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2018-12-31

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Paratang, L.- iead, Kietjareon, A. P. S., & Soonthorn, A. P. S. (2018). Model of Factors Resulting the Success of Good Governance Administration of the Small Size Schools under the Office of Maha Sarakham Educational Service Area. Journal of Research and Development Institute Rajabhat Maha Sarakham University, 5(2), 169–184. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rdirmu/article/view/210598

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