Schools nationwide in Thailand, except Samut Sakhon, set to be reopened on February 1st,...

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National - Thailand's Ministry of Education has issued a note this afternoon that all public and private educational institutions, except Samut Sakhon, are to be reopened to provide regular teaching and learning on February 1st. All...

Press Release: Children cannot afford another year of school disruption due to Covid-19

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The following is an opinion/press release by UNESCO published with their permission. Their thoughts and opinions are their own. “As we enter the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, and as cases continue to soar...

Thai Government asks “highly controlled at risk provinces” for Covid-19, including Chonburi, not to...

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Pattaya- The Thai Government has asked 28 provinces that are considered at high risk for the Covid-19 virus not to hold annual events for Children's Day, which normally falls on January 9th, this year. Previous announcements...

Minister of Education orders schools under their jurisdiction closed in 28 high-risk Covid19 provinces...

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Bangkok, Thailand- The Minister of Education, Natthaphon Teepasuwan, signed an order to close all schools under their jurisdiction in 28 high-risk Covid19 provinces in Thailand, effective from Monday, January 4th until January 31st. Schools will switch...

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration shuts all schools from January 4th to January 17th as a...

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Bangkok- The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, in partnership with the Office of Education, has announced all public schools that fall under their jurisdiction will close from the 4th of January until January 17th as a Covid-19...

Bangkok closes schools, Thailand’s National Children’s Day 2021 postponed due to Covid-19, says Education...

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Bangkok - The Ministry of Education today, December 23rd, has announced the postponement of Children's Day activities by a week due to concerns of a new domestic outbreak of Covid-19 Coronavirus. Thailand's Children's Day is annually...

Students across Thailand wear casual outfits to schools in protest against uniform regulations as...

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Bangkok - Some groups of students nationwide have attended their first day at school this morning, December 1, wearing casual outfits in protest against Thai school uniform regulations as a part of the pro-democracy movements...

Pattaya ranks as the 7th cheapest major city in Asia for international schooling

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The following is a study released by the International Schools Database. The research and findings are their own. We have compared the cost of international schools in 2020 both across the whole world and just...

Thai Ministry of Education makes some changes to policy-allows short and long hair, teachers...

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Bangkok, Thailand- A prominent official from the Thai Ministry of Education has announced some changes to the dress code for students that has been a driver of some student driven protests against the Ministry of...

Thai student activist group demands education reform, addressing alleged abuse and to scrap outdated...

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Thailand- A student activist group, who go by the name "Bad Students" visited five different schools in Bangkok yesterday, October 2, 2020, and ended their visit at the Education Ministry demanding education reform. The group was...

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