Learning for Jobs: Area-Based Education Pointers for Policy

QLF and networks are cooperated to organize a workshop “Learning Management Plan for Occupations” to support provinces’ ability in education management for preparing the readiness to children in occupations and conforming to economic development of the country in long term.

Mae Hong Son Model

n this research, we focus on the disabled children as a case study for developing a systematic method and tool to support policy makers in their resource allocation tasks as well as empower service providers […]

Flexible Learning Strategies for OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN in Thailand

Thailand has encountered the same problem as many other countries which is the challenge of helping to bring all children in to the educational system as well as prevent students from dropping out. Discover number of […]

Achieving the 2030 Education Goals

The 17 new Sustainable Development Goals, also known as the Global Goals, aim to end poverty, hunger and inequality, take action on climate change and the environment, improve access to health and education, build strong institutions and partnerships, and more in the next 15 years.

Huge reduction in non-teaching hours of school teachers

AMID a reduction in the amount of time Thai teachers spent on non-teaching activities last year. They hoped the number of days spent on non-teaching activities would come down to 35-40 days this year.

Chiang Mai unveils its own education blueprint

CHIANG MAI now has its own educational reform strategy thanks to a partnership of various stakeholders. The strategy is scheduled for implementation between this year and 2019, with students to learn skills matching local demands.

Education a Key to Decent Jobs for Youth

As Thailand’s curriculum reform process is moving onward, talks were being focused on the issue of youth employment as one of the key aspects that need to be addressed in the reformed education system.

Learning for Life and Work: A Case Study of Taiwan and the USA

Career academic and multi-sectoral partnerships in education management are seen as the main criteria for the reform of the education system, and also key factors for the country’s economic development.

Students learn how games make reading fun

Kids like playing with toys and games, as we know. And this has led people to think about turning books into toys and games so that children can play and learn. Inspired by that idea five or six years ago, Somsong Naulsnit, a teacher from Wat Koh Daeng School in Prachin Buri, has provided many activities that include books or the content in books as part of her students’ toys and games since then.

Seminar spells out education system’s inadequacies

The education system is failing in properly equipping juveniles to join the job market, as six out of 10 only complete at most a higher secondary or vocational education, a seminar heard.