Buddhist Integrative Administration of School Administrators

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มลวิภา สิขเรศ


School administration is the important obligation of school administrators
in developing Thai learners to complete with physical, mental and moral qualities,
be able to live with others happily, and response to the world requirement. Ethical
and cultural life can co-exist with others happily. Buddhism is the religion of wisdom
and practice. The Buddhist principle is based on natural laws. The Buddhist principle
consists of morality and ethics, focusing on the realization of life and world. 3
qualifications in Buddhist principles that should be integrated in successful
administration are: 1) Cakkhuma or shrewd, 2) Vidhuro or capable of administering
business and 3) Nissayasampanno or having a good credit rating. Furthermore, the
administrators should have the Threefold Training, Sappurisa Dhamma and follow
the principles of True doctrine: study of scriptures, the true doctrine of practice, and
the true doctrine of penetration. By this way, the administra tion can be beneficial to
individual and educational institution effectively and sustainably.


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สิขเรศ ม. (2018). Buddhist Integrative Administration of School Administrators. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 3(1), 113–126. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/143904
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