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Date: 21 Nov | Story Source: The Nation ~ Go to Original Article

FREE EDUCATION and a crash-course on basic Thai can be a life-changer for migrant and stateless children.

From a construction site to classroom, 22-year-old Aung Chan says education has given him “another world”. Before enrolling in Wat Srisutaram School in Samut Sakhon Province, the then-13-year-old Myanmar migrant worked at a construction site with his parents. Now he hopes to get an engineering diploma at a Thai university and start a business in his homeland.

Aung Chan is one example of some 300 migrant and stateless students who get to study for free at…