UNICEF’s ‘Magic Box’ brings joy and learning for young children affected by COVID-19

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The following is a press release from UNICEF Thailand BANGKOK, 30 March 2021 – With prolonged closures of early childhood development (ECD) centers in high-risk areas of Samut Sakorn Province due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF...

British Council launches more than 40 scholarships to support Thai students to study in...

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The following is a press release from the British Council. Their thoughts and opinions are their own. Bangkok – March 8, 2021 – The British Council is launching more than 40 scholarships for the academic...

Press Release: At least 1 in 7 children and young people globally has lived...

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The following is a press release from UNICEF. Their thoughts and statements are their own. NEW YORK/BANGKOK, 4 March 2021 – At least 1 in 7 children – or 332 million globally – has lived under required...

Pattaya receives 21 air-conditioned buses for public school transportation, education

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Pattaya- The Pattaya City government has received 21 air-conditioned buses today to use for the Pattaya City public school system and overall educational purposes, such as transportation. The Pattaya City Mayor Sonthaya Khunplume stated to The...

Press Release: The UK remains the most popular higher education destination for Thai students

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The following is a press release from the British Council. Their thoughts and opinions are their own. The UK puts the health of students and staff at the heart of decisions whilst making sure high-quality...

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...

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