The Relationship between Visionary Leadership of Administrators and the Effectiveness of Schools Under the secondary educational Service Area Office Nakhon Si Thammarat
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This purpose of this research aims to study the level of the relationship between visionary leadership of Administrators and the effectiveness of schools under the secondary educational service area office Nakhon Si Thammarat. The research samples included 118 administrators and 357 teachers in the secondary educational service area office Nakhon Si Thammarat. The research tool was a questionnaire. The statistics in data analysis were percentage, mean, Standard Deviation, Pearson’s Product-Moment coefficient of Correlation, Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis and Content Analysis.
The research findings were as follow:
- The level of visionary leadership of administrators was found that the overall average was at a high level ( )=4.10) (S.D.=0.64).
- School effectiveness level was found that the overall average was at a high level ( )=4.13) (S.D.=0.57).
- The relationships between the visionary leadership of administrators and the effectiveness of schools under the secondary educational service area office Nakhon Si Thammarat found that statistically significant positive correlations at .01 (rxy=.869). The results of the stepwise multiple regression analysis revealed that the visionary leadership of administrators affecting school effectiveness can predict school effectiveness at 76.20% (R2 = .762)..
- Visionary leadership development guidelines for school administrators adhere to the principle of participation in the development of the context of the educational institution. with the school administration model, following the King's philosophy, supervision system, building a learning community. Guidelines for developing the effectiveness of school are development principles according to educational quality assurance guidelines which have a student-centered learning management process and develop and promote learners in all areas according to their aptitudes.
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