The Management of Academic Affairs and the Enhancement ofthe Twelve Principal Values of Thai People according to the Policyof National Committee for Peace and Order of Private Elementary Sarasas Affiliated Schools in Bangkok Area

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ศุภสุตา วิทย์ศาสตร์
สุนันทา แก้วสุข
กริช ภัทรภาคิน

Abstract

The objectives of this research were: 1) study the management of academic affairs of
private elementary Sarasas Affiliated Schools in Bangkok Area, 2) to study the effectiveness of
the enhancement of the twelve principal values of Thai people according to the policy of
National Committee for Peace and Order of private elementary Sarasas Affiliated Schools in
Bangkok area and 3) study the relationship between the management of academic affairs and
the effectiveness of the enhancement of the twelve principal values of Thai people according
to the policy of National Committee for Peace and Order of private elementary Sarasas Affiliated
Schools in Bangkok area. The research sample was composed of 421 school administrators and
educational personnels selected through the simple random method. The research instrument was
a rating-scale questionnaire. The data were analysed for percentage, mean, standard deviation
and Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient. The research indicated that: 1) the
management of academic affairs of private elementary Sarasas Affiliated Schools in Bangkok area
as a whole was at high level; 2) the effectiveness of the enhancement of the twelve principal
values of Thai people according to the policy of National Committee for Peace and Order of
private elementary Sarasas Affiliated Schools in Bangkok area as a whole was at high level; and
3) the relationship between the enhancement of the twelve principal values of Thai People
according to the policy of National Committee for Peace and Order and the management of
academic affairs of private elementary Sarasas Affiliated Schools in Bangkok area was in the highly
positive direction at the significance level of .01.

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