THE MANAGEMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR’S CONFLICT AFFECTING ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH OF SCHOOLS UNDER THE OFFICE OF CHACHOENGSAO PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA 1

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Nattanika Keawsuta

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The purposes of this study were to study (1) the level of the administrator’s conflict management of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1; (2) the level of organizational health of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1; (3) the relationship between the administrator’s conflict management and organizational health of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1; and (4) the administrator’s conflict management affecting organizational health of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1. The research sample consisted of 313 teachers from schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1 during the academic year 2020. The instrument used for data collection was a rating scale questionnaire. Statistics used for data analysis were the frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, Pearson’s product-moment correlation, and multiple regression analysis. The results of the study were as follows: (1) both the overall and specific aspects of the administrator’s conflict management of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1 were rated at the high level; (2) both the overall and specific aspects of organizational health of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1 were rated at the high level; (3) the administrator’s conflict management and the organizational health of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1 correlated positively at the high level (rxy = .608) which was significant at the .01 level; and (4) all five aspects of the administrator’s conflict management affected organizational health of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1 at the .05 level of statistical significance; the administrator’s conflict management could predict organizational health of schools under the Office of Chachoengsao Primary Education Service Area 1 by 73.00 percent. The predicting equation in the form of standard score was as shown below: Z = .369 (X2) + .251 (X5) + .252 (X3) - .122 (X1) + .094 (X4)

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Keawsuta, N. (2021). THE MANAGEMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR’S CONFLICT AFFECTING ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH OF SCHOOLS UNDER THE OFFICE OF CHACHOENGSAO PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA 1. anyapiwat ournal, 13(2), 207-220. etrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/article/view/245309
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