A perceptual comparison of experts, principals and teachers with respect to school health programs within the elementary schools under the jurisdiction of Bangkok metropolis, Thailand Public Deposited

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  • This study compared the perceptions of health education experts, principals and teachers regarding the ranking in order of importance of organizing school health programs within the elementary schools under the Jurisdiction of Bangkok Metropolis, Thailand. Of 604 subjects participating, 19 were health education experts from universities, Ministry of Public Health and Ministry of Education; 264 were principals and 321 were classroom teachers from elementary schools under the Jurisdiction of Bangkok Metropolis both in the inner and the outer zones of Bangkok Metropolis. A questionnaire was constructed and examined by a Thai jury to ascertain content validity. The questionnaire was pretested before the final form for comprehension and clarity of Thai language. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) was used to analyze the data. The results were as follows: 1. The perceptions of the principals in the inner and the outer zones regarding the organization of elementary school health programs were not significantly different at p <̲ 0.05 level, except one choice. 2. There was no overall significant difference between the perceptions of the teachers in the inner and the outer zones regarding the organization of elementary school health programs at p <̲ 0.05 level, except two choices. 3. The perceptions of the total principals and the total teachers regarding the organization of elementary school health programs were not significantly different at p <̲ 0.05 level, except 12 choices. 4. The perceptions of the experts and the principals regarding the organization of elementary school health programs were not significantly different at p <̲ 0.05 level, except seven choices. 5. The perceptions of the experts and the teachers regarding the organization of elementary school health programs were not significantly different at p <̲ 0.05 level, except nine choices. 6. There was no overall significant difference between the perceptions of the principals and the teachers in the inner zone regarding the organization of elementary school health programs at p <̲ 0.05 level, except four choices. 7. The perceptions of the principals and the teachers in the outer zone regarding the organization of elementary school health programs were not significantly different at p <̲ 0.05 level, except 11 choices.
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