Main Article Content
The purpose of this research was to study the model of educational management in the community by using qualitative data collection method by inquiring from learners. The researcher used the method of document analysis of qualified interviewees by asking the sample group consisting of qualified and students in Nonthaburi Province. The research process is 1. Define the conceptual framework for research. 2. Drafting the form of educational management and 3.Evaluating the suitability and feasibility of the form, including considering educational problems. The results of the study showed that the educational management model in the community Consists of 10 dimensions, residence, family, health, education, society, social support, employment, income, rights and fairness. The model obtained from the research is appropriate and consistent with the basic education management principles, consisting of the basic concepts, principles, educational management goals, objectives, key characteristics, elements of the model, guidelines for academic administration, personnel management. , Budget management, general administration as well as success conditions.
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