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The research purposes of the study were to examine the components of learning organization in the Buddhist School (General
Education Division), analyze the confirm factors of learning organization in the Buddhist School (General Education Division),
and 3) and study the trends to develop the Buddhist School (General Education Division) toward learning organization. This
research comprised three stages: 1) documentary study and interview, 2) confirm factor analysis, and 3) focus group discussion.
The instruments consisted of a content analysis form, an interview guideline, a questionnaire, and a focus group discussion
guideline. The data were analyzed by content analysis, descriptive statistics, and confirm factor analysis. The results showed
that the components of learning organization in the Buddhist School (General Education Division) comprised people,
organization, learning, technology, and knowledge management, and the strategies to develop the Buddhist School (General
Education Division) toward learning organization were lifelong learner, organizational development, the four pillars of Learning,
knowledge management, and technology development.
Keywords: School development; Buddhist School; learning organization.
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