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The purposes of the study were 1) to develop the quality development indicators, 2) to evaluate the quality development, and 3) to provide policy recommendations regarding quality development policy of expansion and secondary schools under the jurisdiction Nonthaburi Provincial Administrative Organization. The research methodology consisted of 3 phases as following; Phase 1: The development of indicators according to CIPPIEST Model by expert verification on draft indicators and structural validity, Phase 2: The quantitative and qualitative evaluation of quality development applying indicators developed in 11 schools, and Phase 3: The policy recommendations on quality development of expansion and secondary schools under the jurisdiction Nonthaburi Provincial Administrative Organization via focus group discussion. The findings revealed that; first, there were 9 evaluation elements consisting of 40 indicators; second, the evaluation results of expansion and secondary schools under the jurisdiction Nonthaburi Provincial Administrative Organization quality development during the academic year of 2014-2016 showed that all schools passed the evaluation at high level regarding to context, input, process, and transportability for all 4 development plans while most schools passed the evaluation in respect of output, outcome, effectiveness, and sustainability; lastly, there were totally 26 policy recommendations for 4 development plans as details follow: 8 urgent recommendations, 18 continuous development recommendations.
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