- PROPOSED STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATION OF THE OFFICE OF KALASIN PRIMARY
PROPOSED STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATION OF THE OFFICE OF KALASIN PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE 3
Supan Suranna*1, Chaiya Pawabutra2, Surat Duangchatom3 and Phanrak Phontue4
Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University
*Corresponding author: [email protected]
The purposes of this research were to propose strategies for developing effective organization. This preliminary Policy Research was divided into two phases: Phase I was related to exploring the current conditions, problems, and guidelines for developing effective organization through document inquiries, a survey, multi-case studies, in-depth interview, and a visit to three outstanding Educational Service Area Offices; Phase II was related to drafting the proposed strategies.
The finding was that the proposed strategies for developing effective organization of the Office of Kalasin Primary Educational Service 3 involved eight aspects: 1) Establishment of policies, development planning, and basic education standards in accordance with the policies, education standard, education plans, development plans for basic education and local needs. The strategies comprised one strategy, two procedures, and nine indicators; 2) Analyses of block grant allocation for academic institutions and organizations in educational service areas, and notification of budget allocation, and controlling, inspecting, and monitoring the expenditure of each organization. The strategies comprised one strategy, four procedures, and 14 indicators. 3) Coordination, enhancement, support, and development of co-curriculum with academic institutions in educational services areas, and conducting research and information collection in respect of education. The strategies comprised three strategies, five procedures, and 53 indicators. 4) Controlling, monitoring, and evaluation of basic education and educational service areas involving two strategies, two procedures, and nine indicators, 5) Coordination of resources including personnel resources in order to enhance and support education management and development in educational areas. The strategies comprised one strategy, one procedure, and three indicators; 6) Education quality assurance system and evaluation for academic institutions in the educational service areas involving two strategies, nine procedures, and 24 indicators; 7) Coordination, enhancement, and support of education for private academic institution, local administration organization, as well as people, community organization, profession organization, religion institute, workplaces, and other organizations managing various formats of education. The strategies comprised one strategy, one procedure, three indicators, 8) Coordination, enhancement, and operation of sub-committee, education committee, and general public performance with organization or sectors both public and private sectors, and local administration organization. The strategies comprised one strategy, two procedures, and six indicators.
- ผู้เขียน : Supan Suranna, Chaiya Pawabutra, Surat Duangchatom, Phanrak Phontue
- เผยแพร่ : 2016-02-16
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