Guidelines for Education Institution Administration in Thailand

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Chonmanee Silanookit


This academic article aims to present the educational management guidelines for digital age administrators who have to manage the schools under the changing environments in terms of economy, society, politics, law, technology and especially for the school administrators to apply the MEPLoVE model to adapt the management paradigm efficiently.

Finding are as follow: MEPLoVE model ,the pattern for school administrators under the dynamic organizational administration, includes the followings; (1) Mapping, the planning and connecting plans (2) Execution, the process of implementing the plans (3) Participation, the contribution from all stakeholders (4) Learning organization, emphasizing the connection of educational organization to the society and (5) Verification, the follow up process by proving the capability and process under the plan and 6) Explication, the improvement and clarification the existing guidelines for integrated educational institutions . Therefore, school administrators must develop their own and their personnel’s skills in terms of technical, human and conceptual skills in order to achieve concrete organization management.


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Silanookit, C. (2021). Guidelines for Education Institution Administration in Thailand. Ph.D. In Social Sciences Journal, 11(1), 1-12. Retrieved from
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