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The objective of this research study was to present the academic risk management in small-size primary schools under the Primary Educational Service Area Office (PESAO). The research operations were conducted in 3 steps: 1) to study the process of academic risk management in the small-sized primary school by documentary synthesis, the questionnaire survey of small-sized primary principals and teaching staff including interview with 5 educational experts, 2) to draft and review the components for academic risk management in the small-size primary schools by a focus group of 9 experts, and 3) to assess the components for academic risk management by the questionnaire survey of 752 small-sized primary school principals and teaching staff. The research presented 7-step process of academic risk management for the small-size primary schools, 4 components that affected academic risk management in the small-sized primary schools and the assessment of academic risk management as whole was rated at high beneficial and possible to implement in the small-sized primary school.
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