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By Sasitorn Aksornwilai |
The latest results of PISA have once again grabbed attention in Thailand after the performance of Thai students hit an unprecedented low over the two decades. Poor performance has persisted for generations and serves as just the visible tip of an iceberg where underlying problems are frozen. Topped with the passed largest allocation to Education Ministry, this raises doubts in society as to why the quality of Thai education continues to tread water.
By Prachatai |
<p>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&rsquo; mental health and deprived many of an education.</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>The student activist group Bad Student staged a protest at the Ministry of Education to call for gender equality and LGBTQ rights in the school system.</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>In a recent meeting of the Trat Provincial Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), Governor Pinyo Prakobphon proposed that students wear school uniforms to online classes.</p>
By Tara Abhasakun |
<p>Mixed-race youth are still bullied in Thailand. One teacher is trying to change this.</p>