The Development of an Effective Private School Management Model in the Northeastern Region of Thailand

Paweena Sriputta, Pha Agsonsua, Chaiyuth Sirisuthi


The aim of this mixed-methods research is to create a model for developing effective private schools in the northeast of Thailand. Seven experts examine and affirm the key components for school effectiveness as suitable with priorities of needs for development as follows: 1) school curriculum management comprising instructional leadership, teaching and learning management, academic planning system, and information and technology; 2) learning community building consisting of learning network, collaboration, and learning climate and environment; 3) management of the school administrators comprising principal leadership, expertise in academic management, expertise in school personnel management, expertise in management of general affairs, and expertise in budget management. The research team creates the model; 15 experts determine and affirm it as suitable, feasible, and useful at the highest level; and the results of the experimentation for 3 months at one purposively selected school in Bookeo District, Chaiyaphum Province are found effective at the highest level. The model can be used as a framework in both elementary and secondary schools to go to quality schools.

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