Development of Student Citizenship Indicators in Northeast of Thailand

  •  Reungvalee Supon    
  •  Wichit Khammantakhun    
  •  Kriangsak Srisombut    


The objectives of this research were to develop student citizenship indicators and to validate the consistency between models of student t citizenship indicators and the empirical data. 470 samples were drawn from the population of teachers of schools under the Office of the Basic Education Commission in Yasothon Province in the Northeast of Thailand. The research instrument for data collection was a constructed questionnaire. Basic statistical data was analyzed through a statistical package whereas first and second-order confirmatory factor analyses were done through LISREL 8.53. The results were as follows. 1. Student citizenship with key indicators from the confirmatory factor analyses was totally consisted of 6 models, 20 factors, and 54 indicators. The 6 models are 1) Model of responsibility with 4 factors and 12 indicators, 2) Model of equality with 3 factors and 7 indicators, 3) Model of respect for the rights of others with 3 factors and 8 indicators, 4) Model of public mind with 4 factors and 11 indicators, 5) Model of knowing one’s roles and responsibilities with 3 factors and 8 indicators, and 6) Model of rights and freedom with 3 factors and 8 indicators. 2. These 6 models of the student citizenship indicators were consistent with the empirical data.

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