Month: March 2016

Against the Grain

Local children, once considered “rogue and stupid”, are turning over a new leaf after taking part in the “Plai Khao School” learning project initiated by Phatthalung municipality.

Is Thailand getting more stupid?

Once upon a dream, Thailand’s national agenda was to battle with Singapore for regional supremacy in terms of human and economic development. Once upon a dream we talked of becoming one of the “Asian Tigers”, […]

Practical career education trumps bachelor’s degrees

Vocational students have more job opportunities than university graduates in Chiang Mai, according to a recent survey.

Skills for life & work

Every child and young person is entitled to develop skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work, with a continuous focus on literacy and numeracy and health and wellbeing.

QLF: 5 years of current achievements and future perspectives (2010-2015)

QLF has been working as a catalyst as well as a change agent in supporting quality learning  and education reform in Thailand since 2010. It focuses on promoting lifelong learning, accelerating quality learning, addressing inefficiencies in […]