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Just a political move or more? Additional pay-outs to the poorest...

In late 2018, it was announced that about 600,000 students considered to be ‘very poor’ will receive an extra $24 per semester by the Equitable Education Fund (EEF), created by the government...

How this Thai educational movement empowers rural students

Story Source: PBS News ~ Go to Original Article More and more in Thailand, rural students learn in traditional classrooms, but with an emphasis on...

Finding a job remains tough for stateless Chiang Rai hill tribes

Story Source: Borneo Bulletin ~ Go to Original Article Re-posted from 29 Aug 2016. Among the hill tribes of northern Chiang Rai province, children typically grow up...

A mother’s determination: Building a better life through Lifelong Learning

UNESCO Bangkok celebrates the inspirational story of a single mother of two, whose pursuit of her dream stands as a testimony to the indefatigable human spirit...

Thailand: Construction Site Kids Fall Between Cracks

By: DUMRONGKIAT MALA, from the Bangkok Post, 30 March 2018 More than 60,000 children living on construction site camps in Thailand struggle to access basic...

Shifting the Thai education paradigm

10 January, 2018 By Nicha PITTAYAPONGSAKORN Preparing youngsters for the 21st century is one of the major challenges of any education system. The Thai education system...

Thailand: Education failings: Is anyone listening?

DANIEL MAXWELL & PEERASIT 16 Nov, 2017 It is disheartening each time an international report is released which further condemns Thailand's education system. The utter...

Situation Analysis of Out-of-School Children in Nine Southeast Asian Countries

In an effort to assist the countries in Southeast Asia to develop more robust policies and programmes for out-of-school children (OOSC) in their respective...

Let’s Read! Digital Library Brings Books to Northern Thailand

Asia Foundation Powers Access to Minority Language Children’s Books Chiang Mai, Thailand, August 8, 2017 — In the mountainous regions of Northern Thailand, books are rare...

Thailand passes baton in regional education leadership

Thailand on Tuesday completed its two-year term heading the Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO) Council, passing the reins to Indonesia at the...

Thailand and Brunei share insights on education

Cooperation among Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO) member countries is at an all-time high, including a new partnership between Thailand and Brunei...

Thailand: Education itself must learn some lessons

As debates rage on about how to move national education reform forwards, globalisation has been transforming Thailand's learning landscape without the experts and administrators...

Thailand: We need to stop putting a price on education 

Last weekend, I had the chance to discuss with my old friend the hot-button issue that made headlines last week -- pae jia, or...

Thailand: Education plan ‘will fail without broad support’

THERE IS no guarantee that the new national education strategy, which has already come into force in paper, will fully take effect in practice. After...

Thailand: Playing with purpose

Games give more than pleasure and entertainment. Many have been used as tools for solving social issues that cannot be tackled by other approaches. "Design...

E-library a great way to improve Thai education

It's highly feasible and probably cheaper than submarines When it comes to the quality of education, the focus is understandably on the teachers, while access...

Thailand: Education reforms as elusive as ever

LAST week, students across Thailand returned to school for a new academic year, and with it came the prospect of new friends, new teachers and...

University alliance in Asia aims to boost regional ties and global...

Fifteen universities across Asia have formed a consortium in order to capitalise on the region’s economic power to facilitate intra-Asian mobility and enhance academic and research...

Thai education reform: Lessons from Singapore and Vietnam

Regional success stories point the way, but the junta government has been a slow learner so far When the National Council for Peace and Order came...

Thailand: World Bank urges education reform

Education reform is needed to put Thailand back on track towards its potential growth and becoming a high-income country, says the World Bank. Ulrich Zachau,...

Thailand: Mind your language

An ensemble of traditional musicians begins to play. The treble sound of the oboe gets louder. Drum rolls accompany a steady rhythm of cymbals....

Providing quality education to one million students in Thailand’s small schools

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s latest Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) results brought several pieces of alarming news for Thailand. First, Thailand’s...

Thailand: Preparing students for the school of life

Some believe education comes with an end date: a child enters into formal schooling, stays for the mandated number of years and then moves...

Poor schools are at the heart of Thailand’s political malaise

EVERYONE knows that nurturing brainboxes is good for an economy. In Thailand, school reformers have an extra incentive: to narrow differences between rich people...

Thailand: Providing kids a better education in our small schools

During a recent trip to Udon Thani, we visited several small schools on the outskirts of the city. In several ways, these small schools...

Thailand: Temple of Dawn offers a beacon of hope

To many, an education and a better future are a privilege and a luxury, although exception do arise such as in the case of...

Global tests expose reality of Thai schools 

The shortcomings of Thailand's education system have again been exposed by international education rankings, with Thai students scoring well below global averages in the...

Thailand: Tackling economic cost of poor education

Last month, Asean announced the signing of its Declaration on Strengthening Education for Out-of-School Children and Youth, with an aim to keep its commitment...

Thailand: Learning idea from Japan for Thai schooling

‘school as learning community’ to be theme of ‘educa’ meet next month AN annual congress for teachers' professional development, EDUCA, will highlight the theme of...

Thailand CCT program is now online

We are pleased to inform you that the CCT program is now online via iOS/Android and web-based platform at http://cct.thaieduforall.org/ This week over 75,000 OBEC teachers...