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The purposes of this research were 1) to study the level of operation of school management according to the organizational reputation’s opinion 2) to study the level of secondary school’s educational resource mobilization 3) to find the predictive equation of school management elements which the best affects the educational resources mobilization. The sample of research was systematically randomized in 257 secondary schools in Office of the Basic Education Commission. The informants of each school were administrators, teachers and parents. The data was provided by 1,437 people. This research use questionnaire as research instrument. This research used data analysis by using descriptive statistics and stepwise regression analysis. The results were found that 1) the level of operation of school management according to the organizational reputation’s opinion was, in overall, in high level , 2) the educational resource mobilization was, in overall, in moderate level, and 3) the best predictive equation of school management elements that affect the educational resource mobilization of raw scores was the educational resources mobilization = 1.687 + 0.466 (Performance) + 0.284 (Innovation) - 0.206 (Citizenship) - 0.172 (Leadership) - 0.151 (Governance)
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