Educational Management in Asean Community: A Case Study of Education in Singapore

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Phra Rajvaramethi
Phra Tikumporn Dhammajoto Rodkhunmuang
Lampong Klomkul


       This research article studies on educational management in ASEAN community. The purpose of this research is to synthesize the state of educational management in the past and present in ASEAN community focuses on a case study of education in Singapore. Qualitative research was used for research design which consisted of documentary study and in-depth interview educators in Singapore. Data were analyzed using content analysis with a triangulation method. Results indicated that educational management in Singapore is focused on education and provision for long life learning and it is a national priority. It aims to help students to discover their own talents, to make the best of these talents and realize their full potential, and to develop a passion for learning. Singaporean students will be trained to achieve 21st century competencies by the encouragement of schools and parents, and they will be practiced to be a confident person, a self-directed learner, an active contributor, and a concerned citizen. Conducting educational research is simultaneously encouraged to contribute proactively to schools in the Singapore system, particularly in building school capacities that includes developing new pedagogies, implementing experiential learning modes, and conducting practitioner inquiry. Enhancing student learning experiences in the school system will be set for the final goal of research result.


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Phra Rajvaramethi, Rodkhunmuang, P. T. D. ., & Klomkul , L. . (2017). Educational Management in Asean Community: A Case Study of Education in Singapore. Journal of Buddhist Education and Research, 3(1), 24–34. Retrieved from
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