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The purposes of this research were to compare the learning achievement and problem-solving ability of grade 12th students by learning management through the science technology society and environment approach with students group by conventional learning management and to compare achievement and problem-solving ability posttest score with the determined criterion of 70% of the total score after by learning management through the science technology society and environment approach. The participants of this research who studies in Narathiwas, 82 students were selected by cluster random sampling method. The comparison experiment was used for this research method. The data were collected using the learning achievement and problem-solving ability test. and were analyzed by using means, the standard deviation, ANCOVA, and the independent sample t-test. The findings of this research were as follows: the learning achievement and problem-solving ability posttest score by learning management through the science technology society and environment approach was higher than the student group by conventional learning management with the statistical significance at .01 level. In addition, the students learning achievement and problem-solving ability making posttest score was higher than 70% of the total score with the statistical significance at the .01 level.
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