(Faculty of Education, Ramkhamhaeng University, THAILAND),
(Faculty of Education, Dhonburi Rajabhat University, THAILAND).
Disciplinary: Education (Educational Administration, Educational Management, Quality of Education).
Keywords: School Quality; Educational Administration; Quality of Learners; Administrative and Management Processes; Teaching and Learning Processes as Student-Centered; National Education Standards.
This research studies the opinions of personnel towards educational administration of private schools in Narathiwat Province and to compare the demographic characteristics of personnel towards educational administration of affiliated schools classified by educational level, job position, experience, size of the school affiliated, and the form of registration of the schools affiliated with. The study sample consists of 344 members of school personnel under the Narathiwat Provincial Office of Private Education. Overall opinions of personnel towards educational administration of schools under Narathiwat Provincial Office of Private Education are at a good level. When considering each aspect, it was found that teaching and learning processes as student-centered aspect is at an excellent level, while administrative and management processes aspect and quality of learner aspect are at a good level. From the comparison by using one-way ANOVA, the characteristics classified by educational level, job position, experience, and size of the school affiliated are not significantly different at a 95 percent confidence interval. A paired sample t-test regarding the form of registration of the schools affiliated with was significantly different at a 95 percent confidence interval showing that private school has better quality than Islamic private school in all aspects.
Paper ID: 13A7I
Cite this article:
Samsey, A., Sanrasak, S., Saopayon, S., Chai-Ngam, P. (2022). The Opinion of Personnel Towards Educational Administration of Private Schools in Narathiwat Province in Thailand. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 13(7), 13A7I, 1-8. http://TUENGR.COM/V13/13A7I.pdf DOI: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2022.135