Wed, January 26, 2022
Published: Sep 24, 2021
Police on Friday arrested a 17-year-old protester for allegedly vandalising a traffic booth after a pro-democracy rally held by the Thalu Fah group in Bangkok last month.
Published: Jun 06, 2021
The room is littered with garbage, as is the area outside the small house in Huai Thalaeng district of Nakhon Ratchasima province.
Published: Apr 29, 2021
A ninth-grader from Chiang Rai presented his vision for the future of education at an international summit of education ministers on Thursday.
Published: Apr 03, 2021
The Wai Khru ceremony is a Thai ritual in which students pay respects to teachers, express their gratitude and formalise the student-teacher relationship.
Published: Mar 18, 2021
Pawn shops in Bangkok will reduce their interest rates for three months from April 1 to June 30 in anticipation of high cash demand as schools nationwide are expected to reopen on May 15.
Published: Mar 15, 2021
The father of a student at the Sarasas Witaed Ratchaphruek School in Nonthaburi has sworn to fight tooth and nail against charges he claims are completely false.
Published: Mar 04, 2021
Have you ever thought that Thais are getting taller as the years go by? Well now it’s official: The Public Health Ministry has raised its standard height for Thai children, men and women.
Published: Feb 23, 2021
Eight parents of students of a school in Surin on Monday filed a police complaint claiming that a Prathom 3 (grade 3) teacher of a school in Phanom Dongrak district had been molesting 13 of his students.
Published: Feb 10, 2021
A Cabinet meeting on Tuesday approved a motion proposed by the Education Ministry to increase the lunch budget for students by 5 per cent, or to Bt21 per person per day, government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said.
Published: Feb 08, 2021
The principal of a school in Songkhla province has resigned after pulling out a gun in morning assembly last week and in response to allegations of having a sexual relationship with one of his students.
Published: Feb 01, 2021
Primary and secondary school students will be not allowed to bring cellphones to schools, the Ministry of Education said on Monday.
Published: Jan 25, 2021
College graduates continue to find doors to employment closed as economy suffers
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