Human Capital Development of Municipality School

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Wirunput Nanthinnabundith
Mattana Wangthanomsak


The purposes of this research were to identify 1) factors of human capital development of municipality school; and 2) confirmation factors of human capital development of municipality school. The population were 1,121 municipality schools. The sample size of 91 was determined by Taro Yamane sample size table at the confidence level of 90% by stratified random sampling. There were four respondents from each school, consisted of the school director, deputy school director, head of personnel management, and teacher, with a total of 364. The research instruments used to collect the data were semi-structured interview, opinionnaire and questionnaire. The statistics for data analysis were frequency, percentage, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, exploratory factor analysis, and content analysis.     

The findings were as follows: 1. The human capital development process of municipality school consisted of 7 factors: (1) Knowledge development of 16 variables, (2) Skill development of 14 variables, (3) Creating values of 10 variables, (4) Promoting the commitment to work for efficiency of 4 variables, (5) Promoting cultures to develop potential of 4 variables, (6) Counseling of 4 variables, and (7) Development evaluation of 4 variables.

2. The factors of human capital development of municipality school were verified to meet with accuracy standards, propriety standards, feasibility standards and utility standards.

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Nanthinnabundith, W. ., & Wangthanomsak, M. . (2021). Human Capital Development of Municipality School. Journal of Arts Management, 5(3), 631–644. Retrieved from
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