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Thammasat U asked to suspend classes to let students join the protest

The Student Organization of Thammasat University has called on the university’s administration to suspend classes, from October 14th to 16th, to allow students to join the protest at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument, being organized by the so-called Khana Ratsadon. In a statement, issued

One Tambon One University Program

The Cabinet has given the green light to the "One Tambon One University” program, aimed at upgrading economic and social conditions at the subdistrict (tambon) level.   The responsible agency for the scheme is the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research, and

11 teachers and staff of Sarasas School to face multiple charges

Eleven teachers and staff, of a kindergarten and nursery at Sarasas Witaed Ratchaphruek School in Nonthaburi province, have been identified by police as having allegedly physically abused 30 children in their care, said Pol Maj-Gen Paisal Wongwatcharamongkol, Commander of Nonthaburi

UNICEF EAPRO Education COVID-19 Response Update – September

BACKGROUND The countries in the East Asia and Pacific region were the first to be impacted by COVID-19 and the ensuing major public health emergency caused by the pandemic. This situation has affected education provision in all of the 27 countries

‘Our first dictatorship is school’: Thai kids revolt

Wearing white ribbons, publicly hacking off their hair and making “Hunger Games” salutes – Thailand’s high school students are doing their best to shake up the country’s rigid education system. As university students stage weeks of high-profile campus protests for democracy,

Panel tasked with studying charter amendments to meet next Wednesday

The bi-partisan parliamentary panel, tasked with studying the six motions proposing amendments to Thailand’s constitution, is scheduled to meet for the first time next Wednesday in Parliament. Government chief whip Mr. Wirat Rattanaseth said today that the 31 members of the