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This research was to 1) study the current states, problems, needs for development, and success factors of participatory management process of the Parent and Teacher Group for supporting education quality of international schools in Chiang Mai, 2) study the process for facilitating participatory management of the group for developing education quality of good practice international schools in Chiang Mai, 3) develop the process of participatory management of the group, and 4) study the results of using the process. The research found that 1) The current states, problems, needs for development, and success factors in general were at much level, problems in general were at moderate level, and need for development in general was at moderate level and success factors in general were at much level, 2) results of studying the process for enhancing participatory management of parent-teacher group which was good practice reveal that the parent and teacher group had clearly taken part in every step, 3) the process for enhancing participatory management had 5 steps each of which included principle, goals, methods/activities, success indicators and basic success factor of the school and the group, and 4) the process for the participatory management had achieved the goals set. The Parent and Teacher Group participated in the pilot project were satisfied and advantages from the projects.
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