education

11 Aug 2023
Move Forward Party (MFP) MPs have proposed the establishment of an ad hoc committee for migrant students without civil registration, aiming to address the problem of their lack of access to education.
7 Jul 2023
The government is preparing to repatriate over a hundred Myanmarese children who lack registration documents, ignoring objections that this violates the National Education and Child Protection Acts.
7 Jun 2023
While women have long been considered “ornamental,” with the media and the public mainly focusing on their looks or how they dress and act, LGBTQ representation is nearly non-existent. They are subject to the same fate and even worse. A watershed moment for the community came in the last election when 3 self-identified LGBTQ people won MP seats.
25 Apr 2023
Amporn Pinasa, Secretary-General of the Basic Education Commission, discussed the purpose behind the design of the Ministry of Education (MOE)’s Thai-language textbook Pasa Patee for fifth-grade students after criticism of its content.
7 Oct 2022
The debate following the dramatic amendment to the Student Loan Fund Act reveals the problem of student loans in relation to wealth inequality, access to education, and the current job market for recent college graduates.
29 Sep 2022
Despite Thailand's long-standing commitment to a policy of Education for All (EFA) which allows stateless and migrant children to attend public schools, the children of illegal and impoverished Cambodian labourers are still being denied an education.
20 Sep 2022
Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Arts graduates recently received an email from the Faculty’s academic division asking permission to provide their personal information to the Royal Secretary so that they can be invited to take the employment exam. An email received by a graduate, asking for permission to be sent to the Royal Secretary their personal information.
16 Sep 2022
Living far away from home during the Covid-19 outbreak, Cambodian students who came to Thailand to pursue their studies experienced problems stemming from lockdown, lonesomeness, and a sense of loss.
25 Mar 2022
“Nation, religion, and king” -  a slogan that seems almost spiritual and sacred to Thai nationalists.  Why?  I don’t think I am alone in believing that, even as we debate political topics, we feel that certain things - like our national religion and our royal institution - cannot be forgotten. Why exactly is difficult to explain. 
9 Nov 2021
An opinion that shows how SOTUS and hazing culture in education institutions and society pave a foundation for dictatorship and authoritarianism in Thailand.
13 Sep 2021
The student activist group Bad Student has launched a strike campaign to protest against the continuous use of online classes during outbreaks of Covid-19, which has been detrimental to students’ mental health and deprived many of an education.
10 Sep 2021
The student activist group Bad Student has launched a strike campaign to protest against the continuous use of online classes during outbreaks of Covid-19, which has been detrimental to students’ mental health and deprived many of an education.

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