The commitment of Thailand to being a part of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015, school administrators have to more proactively adjust themselves in preparation for the AEC. The study aimed to determine the readiness of the school administrators at local regions in developing and managing the schools and explore the difficulties and needs of school administrators in developing and managing their schools at local regions. The study yields the Office of Educational Area Services in providing the explicit school handbook for the AEC, supporting the teachers teaching aids, medias and educational tools. Creating the curriculum for the ASEAN Economic Community course, making connections among the schools in nations and school partnership of the ASEAN Economic Community members are necessity.
Phornsak Sucharitrak, Muban Chombueng Rajabhat University, Thailand
Stream: Educational policy
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