Model for the Development of Educational Quality and Standards of Secondary Schools under Bangkok under the New Quality Assurance Framework

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Phumphakhawat Phumphongkhochasorn
Tassanee Chotientip
Wirat Maneephruek
Pongkrit Nampaponangkul

Abstract

The purposes of this research were  to study the characteristics of the developed educational quality and standards, to formulate a model for developing its educational quality and educational standards and to evaluate the developed  educational quality and standards of the secondary schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration with the new educational quality assurance framework, through 4-step research, i.e. (1) studying new educational quality assurance characteristics, (2) adjusting their educational quality and standards with Delphi technique from 21 experts, (3) analyze the research elements and (4) assess the feasibility of the model for quality development and educational standards of the secondary schools under the new educational quality assurance framework. 210 respondents were questioned for the educational quality assurance. Statistical applications for data analyses were percentage, quartile range, mean, standard deviation.


            Findings where the 5 characteristics involved the student result; researches and innovation; academic services; art, culture, and lean schools including management. Second, the model for developing educational quality and standards according to a new quality assurance framework demanded to develop the educational quality and standards by focusing more on student outcomes with researches and creation of innovation; academic services; management and quality management. Finally, the model for developing educational quality and standards with the new framework for educational quality assurance was viable and suitable at a high level. It was recommended that the educational quality assurance required mechanisms that could control and monitor evaluation and improve in the teaching and learning process in terms of learning results with appropriate links.

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Phumphongkhochasorn, P., Chotientip, T. ., Maneephruek, W. ., & Nampaponangkul, P. . (2021). Model for the Development of Educational Quality and Standards of Secondary Schools under Bangkok under the New Quality Assurance Framework. Asia Pacific Journal of Religions and Cultures, 5(2), 136–146. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ajrc/article/view/242085
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