Management System Of Islamic Private Secondary Schools In Bangkok,thailand

Salleh, Mohamad Johdi (2010) Management System Of Islamic Private Secondary Schools In Bangkok,thailand. In: International Conference On Islamic Education 2010, 29th Nov-1st Dec 2010, Subang Jaya,selangor,malaysia.

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This study discusses the establishment of Islamic private secondary schools in Bangkok and the schools' management systems, comprised of the organisational structure, finance, physical facilities, teaching staff and parents' involvement in the school. This study will also identify some problems and obstacles that inhibit the effectiveness of the schools, followed by suggestions to improve the schools. The data were collected through library research, interviews with the headmasters and teachers in the schools and direct observation. The findings of the study show that the growth of Islamic private schools in Bangkok was a continuation of the pondok institution, which developed from Pattani. The aims of these schools were to produce God-conscious people with exemplary moral characters based on the Quran and prophetic tradition, producing students who could apply knowledge in real life and preach it to others. The principals' perception of the problems faced by the Islamic private secondary schools in Bangkok referred to various problems, such as finance, lack of government support and lack of parental commitment. The researcher provides relevant suggestions to improve the schools and enhance student achievement.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
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Subjects: Management of Education > School Administration and Organization
Divisions: Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia
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Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2013 05:05
Last Modified: 20 Nov 2013 05:05

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