Factors Affecting Student Quality in Schools under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 6

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Pongsakon Mongkhuntod

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The purpose of this research were as follows: (1) to study factors related to student quality (2) to study quality level (3) to study the relationship between factors related to student quality and student quality level, and (4) to study factors affecting student quality. The research sample consisted of 363 grade 12 students of Schools in Samut Prakan Province under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 6 in academic year 2017, obtained by stratified random sampling. The employed research instrument was a rating scale questionnaire with .95 reliability coefficient and a data collecting form. Statistics employed for data analysis were the Percentage, Mean, Standard Deviation, Pearson’s correlation coefficient, and Multiple Regression Analysis. The findings indicated that (1) the overall and by-aspect factors related to student quality were rated at the high level and could be ranked as follows: availability of students were rated at the high level , parental support were rated at the high level, learning management were rated at the high level, student promotion policy were rated at the high level and instructional media and learning center support were rated at the high level (2) the overall and by-aspect student were rated at the fair level and could be ranked as follows: Thai Language, Social Studies, Science, English Language, and Mathematics (3) factors related to student quality correlated positively and significantly at the .01 level with student quality, and (4) factors affecting student could be ranked as follows: parental support, instructional media and learning center support and learning management.

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