A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION BETWEEN NAUNG TAUNG MONASTIC HIGH SCHOOL AND KYAUK TA LONE PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL IN SOUTHERN SHAN STATE, MYANMAR

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  • Ven. Pandita Dhaja Lankara
  • Yan Ye

Keywords:

Students’ Satisfaction, Myanmar, Monastic High School

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to compare the students’ satisfaction towards the school instruction, course, grading, test, guidance, rules, library, and assistance between Naung Taung monastic high school and Kyauk Ta Lone public high school in southern Shan state, Myanmar.
The collected data were analyzed by using the descriptive statistics including Frequency, Percentage, Standard deviation Mean; and Inferential Independent Samples t-test (Two-tailed). The study found that the students’ satisfaction at both schools were high. Thus, the research also found that in general there was no significant difference of students’ satisfaction between Naung Taung monastic high school and Kyauk Ta Lone public high school in southern Shan state, Myanmar. However, significant difference of students’ satisfaction towards course, grading, test, rules, and assistance were also founded in two schools.

Author Biographies

Ven. Pandita Dhaja Lankara

M.Ed. Candidate in Educational Administration, Graduate School of Education, Assumption University, Thailand.


Yan Ye

Ph.D., Director of Educational Research, Statistics and Measurement Center, Graduate School of Education, Assumption University, Thailand.

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