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The purpose of this research was to study the priority needs secondary school management based on the main goals of educational development plan in Eastern Economic Corridor. This research applied a quantitative approach. The population were secondary schools in Eastern Economic Corridor, under the secondary educational service area office, totally 79 schools. The sample were 66 secondary schools, selected by applying stratified random sampling, and simple random sampling. The key respondents were 240 people including administrators, teachers, students and parents. The research instrument was a questionnaire. The data were analyzed by frequency, percentage, means, standard deviation and PNImodified. The research result turned out as follows. The priority needs of secondary school management based on the main goals of educational development plan in Eastern Economic Corridor could be classified with regards to secondary school management. Overall, the highest priority needs index fell on Evaluation (PNImodified=0.319) and Planning (PNImodified=0.302) and Implementation (PNImodified=0.292), respectively. When classified with the main goals of educational development plan in Eastern Economic Corridor. Overall, the highest priority needs index fell on Educational institutions as learning centers for manpower development in the Eastern Economic Corridor (PNImodified=0.338) and Learners (PNImodified=0.326) and Administrators, teachers and education personnel (PNImodified=0.301) and Participation in educational management of all sectors (PNImodified=0.259), respectively.
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