School Contexts

The relationship between the principal and teachers

  • (a school in a subdivision of a province in central Thailand; about 1,000 students and 30 teachers) formal and distant; teachers, for example, follow the administrator's authority (Harn-Asa, 2002: 2).
  • (a school in a metropolitan district of Bangkok; about 2,000 students and >100 staffs including 10 educational personals) informal but distant; however, administrators' authority is not sacred (Harn-Asa, 2002: 2).

The relationship among teachers

  • (a school in a subdivision of a province in central Thailand; about 1,000 students and 30 teachers) cooperative (Harn-Asa, 2002: 2).
  • (a school in a metropolitan district of Bangkok; about 2,000 students and >100 staffs including 10 educational personals) segmented (Harn-Asa, 2002: 2).

The relationship between the school and its community

  • (a school in a subdivision of a province in central Thailand; about 1,000 students and 30 teachers) local politicians provide the school basic facilities and financial support, however, to gain the supports personal relationship is required (Harn-Asa, 2002: 3).
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