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This research aimed to study academic administrative effectiveness, examine the model goodness of fit of factors influencing academic administrative effectiveness, and investigate direct, indirect and total effect of factors influencing academic administrative effectiveness of educational opportunity expansion schools in northeast. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences was used to analyze mean, standard deviation, Pearson’s product moment correlation.
The research findings were as follows;
1. The academic administrative effectiveness and the factors influencing academic administrative effectiveness of the educational opportunity expansion schools in northeast were at a high level in overall and all variables.
2. The model of factors influencing academic administrative effectiveness of the educational opportunity expansion schools in northeast was valid and fit to the empirical data.
3. The factors having effect to academic administrative effectiveness of the educational opportunity expansion schools in northeast consisted of (1) two factors of direct effect were administrators’ instructional leadership and instructional management (2) two factors of indirect effect were administrators’ instructional leadership and professional learning community and (3) four factors of total effect were administrators’ instructional leadership, professional learning community, participative administration and instructional management.
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