Developing Professional Learning Community Management to Improving Student Quality World-Class Standard School Chiangdaowittayakom School

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Tarathip Wongbanna

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The purposes of this research were to 1) develop Professional Learning Community Management to improve Student Quality World-Class Standard School 2) study the results of developing Professional Learning Community Management to improving Student Quality World-Class Standard School  and 3) study the effects of developing Professional Learning Community Management to improving Student Quality World-Class Standard School. The population used in the research were experts and the committees of basic education institutions. The samples used in the research were administrators, teachers, students, and parents. A total of 50 administrators and teachers were randomly selected. The students were randomly selected by simple random sampling of 278 students and their parents from a simple random sampling of 278 people. The research results revealed that developing Professional Learning Community management to improving Student Quality World-Class Standard School conforms to purpose and policy on the Minister of Education and Chiangdaowittayakom school strategic plan and the evaluation of the management is appropriate to the school context. Besides, the overall result levels of developing Professional Learning Community management to improve Student Quality World-Class Standard School were at good levels. The analysis results of developing Professional Learning Community management to improving Student Quality World-Class Standard School were at excellent levels. Meanwhile, the student's academic achievement was higher and their reading, analytical thinking and writing developed were at an excellent level. The satisfaction level of the learners toward the developing Professional Learning Community management to improving Student Quality World-Class Standard School was at the most level.

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