Academic Administration of Private Schools Under the Office of the Private Education Commission

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Orathai Suratatchok
Surachai Sikkhabandit

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This research aimed: (1) to study the state of academic administration in private schools; (2) to study the satisfaction of administrators and teachers towards academic administration in private schools (3) to study the problems and suggestions regarding academic administration in private schools. The samples consisted of 238 administrators and teachers in 15 private schools. The instruments used for data collection was an opinionnaire. Statistics used for analyzing the data were percentage, mean, standard deviation and content analysis. The research findings were as follows: 1) The state of academic administration in private schools overall ( = 4.44, SD = 0.38) and in each aspect were at a high level 2) The satisfaction of administrators and teachers towards academic administration in private schools in overall were at a high level ( = 4.42, SD = 0.33). For each aspect arrangement, they were as follows: Curriculum management, curriculum development and learning process, measurement and evaluation, library development and learning resources, group learning and learning activities, networking, curriculum development and instructional management, promotion and development of media, innovation and technology in education and educational quality; respectively 3) The most importance problem was insufficiency of learning media and innovation development. The suggestion for problem-solving were to increase number of learning media and innovation the technology and conduct training in learning media and innovation for improving instruction.

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