The Strategies of Driving Upright Schools Under the Office of the Basic Education Commission in the Northeastern

  •  Kanjanar Sattarutnumporn    
  •  Pacharawit Chansirisira    


The study aimed 1) to investigate the components and indicators of the upright schools, 2) to explore the current state, the desired state, and the need assessment of driving the upright schools, 3) to develop strategies for driving the upright schools and 4) to investigate the outcomes of implementing driving the upright school strategies in schools in the northeastern region under the supervision of the Office of Basic Education Commission. The study is divided into 4 phases. Phase 1: seven experts scrutinize, evaluate the components and indicators. Phase 2: investigate the need assessment of a sample group including school directors and teachers total of 375 schools took derived by multi-stage sampling. Phase 3: 10 experts for assessment the strategies. Phase 4: apply the strategies to 30 schools. The data were collected through questionnaires, interviews, assessments, and observational forms. Average, standard deviation and Priority Needs Index (PNImodified) were used to analyze the data. The findings of the study revealed the following:

1. The components and indicators of the upright school project include five components and sixteen indicators: 1) academic administration (4 indicators), 2) budget administration (3 indicators), 3) personnel administration (2 indicators), 4) general administration (2 indicators), and 5) result and success (5 indicators). These are measured at the highest level when evaluating the appropriateness of the mentioned features and indicators.

2. The overall current state of the upright schools is rated at a moderate level, while the desired state is rated at high level. However, when classifying the needs of driving the upright school project, the required components were arranged from highest to lowest as follows: result and success, academic administration, budget administration, personnel administration, and general administration.

3. The strategies for driving upright schools under the authority of the Office of Basic Education Commission, which are comprised of 5 strategies (5S)

4. The outcomes of implementing driving the upright school strategies demonstrated that the target schools understandably applied the strategies and have been evaluated at the highest level in all standards regarding the standard of upright school project administration on the whole.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1927-5250
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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