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Thunwa Watidphan
Nuchnara Rattanasiraprapha


          The objectives of this research were 1.to identify factors of high-performance secondary schools 2.to confirm/verify factors of high-performance secondary schools. The population were 2,358 secondary schools under Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC). The sample size of 96 was determined by Taro Yamane sample size table at the confidence level of 90%. Three respondents of each secondary school were: a school director or an acting director, a teacher or a head teacher and a head of the school board committee, totaling 288 people. The tools used for data collection were a semi-structured interview, an opinionnaire and a component verification form. The statistics used for data analysis were frequency, percentage, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, exploratory factor analysis and content analysis.

          The research results were found that:

          1.Factors of high-performance secondary schools consist of 7 components: 1.Academic leadership 2.Strategic management 3.Professional teacher 4.Management information system 5.Work commitment 6.Being a positive role model 7.The emphasis on students.

          2.From the confirmation result of factors of high-performance secondary schools have accuracy, propriety, feasibility and utility.


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Watidphan, T., & Rattanasiraprapha, N. (2022). FACTORS OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE SECONDARY SCHOOLS. Journal of Yanasangvorn Research Institute Mahamakut Buddhist University, 13(1), 47–58. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/yri/article/view/259577
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