Document Type : Original Article
1 Shahed University Associate Professor, Cultural Office Deputy and monitoring and assessment Office Director General of Shahed University
2 MA in Educational Planning, Shahed University, Tehran, Iran
3 Department of Management, Mahabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mahabad, Iran
The aim of this study was to develop criteria and indicators for administration quality assessment of Iran’s high schools (case study: Kohkiluye & Boyer Ahmad’s high schools). In this regard, the most important and fundamental criteria and indicators of school administration assessment were collected and then the data was investigated by accreditation experts. Afterwards, the final and approved framework by experts and specialists was implemented in Kohkiluye & Boyer Ahmad’s high schools to determine the administration quality of schools. This study is applicable and data collection method is descriptive due to the study nature and its fundamental aim that is to establish and accreditate of high schools quality assessment’s criteria and indicators. The study statistical community at accreditation phase included 300 line and staff experts of Kohkiluye & Boyer Ahmad’s education department and quality assessment specialists of universities, and in pilot implementation phase, the statistical community was all of Kohkiluye & Boyer Ahmad’s high school administrators. Both accreditation and implementation phases’ tools were researcher made questionnaire. Descriptive methods and one sample t test was used to data analysis. The findings show that all of criteria and indicators were assessed in high desirability level, and by t test calculation for each criteria and indicators with specified degree of freedom (sig = 0.000) value is less than the allowed error (0.05), so it is concluded that these factors, criteria and indicators were approved by specialist and in (high) schools assessment process, they are important and acceptable criteria and indicators. The results of pilot implementation of proposed framework indicated that the result of quality assessment of the schools’ administrators was evaluated (4.1860), so desirability level is "high".