Phan Thanh My, Tran Viet Thang


Governance plays a very important role in most social organizations. For any organization, company, or a country, a community, the role of governance becomes more important than ever. For schools, the term management is somewhat strange to some people, especially the term “sports management”, which attracts little interest from the leadership. But sport in school is also one of the school's organizations to meet the goal of comprehensive human education. Therefore, the organization of the school requires good governance and management, which is considered to be an essential part to the success of education. Good governance will help the physical training and sport activities to improve the quality of physical training and sports, enhance the movement of physical training and sports activities and especially find the sports talent for the country.


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