Developing an Administrative model through the Quality Management of Learning and Teaching Based on the World-Class Standard School

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Kasidit Chueinwittaya
Pragob Kunarak


This research was aimed preliminarily to identify predictive relationships between the status of school administration through the quality management of learning and teaching system, and the school quality based on the world class standard school management system and quality condition of the world class standard school. Results from the preliminarily study were to be provided as a basis for developing an administration model of the school quality. A mixed method of research was used for the study by which a sample of quantitative research comprised 10 quality awarded schools with 90 respondents. A set of questionnaires with reliability of 0.84 and validity of 0.84 distributed during June-July 2018 were then analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and step wise multiple regression analysis. While, 10 experts and connoisseurs were selected as sample of qualitative research whereby the content analysis was employed. The research found that, all aspects of administration: learning and teaching quality management system was predictable in quality of world class did requires participation and cooperation from all sectors including internal school factors, personnel, curricular, contents, and activities to the world class standard, adequate, appropriate, and modern of teaching media. School safety, and cleanliness. External factors included the government's education continuation to driven policy, the proper modification of work pattern, and focusing to all sectors participating in working process.


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Chueinwittaya, K., & Kunarak, P. (2019). Developing an Administrative model through the Quality Management of Learning and Teaching Based on the World-Class Standard School. Rajapark Journal, 13(30), 29–44. Retrieved from
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