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Quality Learning Foundation (QLF), a new state agency created under the Prime Minister’s leadership and regulated from the Prime Minister’s Office. It seeks the Promotion of a Learning Society and the raised quality of Youth and Children Education and seeks to take new initiatives in the Thai education system, encourage education reform and accelerate quality learning.

Firms need to ‘train Thais, lose migrants’

Dumrongkiat Mala Eight to 10 million workers — 40% of the workforce — need skill-upgrading to keep pace with the “4.0 era”, a joint study by Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU) and the Quality Learning Foundation […]

International Seminar on National Education Accounts

Dr.Kraiyos Patrawat and Ph.D. Chaiyuth Punyasavatsut from Quality Learning Foundation (QLF) are invited to International Seminar on National Education Accounts which is organized by UNESCO Institute for Statistics as UIS’s International Expert Partner. There are participants from 8 countries joining to develop National Education Accounts.

Out of School Children and the Thai Education System

Out-of-School Children The hidden problem of Thai  education.   Credit: ThaiPBS

Thailand ignoring bottom 40% of workforce at its peril: academics

Thailand is getting richer because the labour force is working harder, not necessarily smarter, a seminar was told yesterday.

The Important Thing for New Generation Labor

Degree is not the important thing for new generation labors. The new generation have to be improved workmanship to get free from the trap of medium income country.

Development of Youth and work-force age’s skills for jobs

QLF organized the international conference “Youth and work-force age’s skills development for works: strategy and learning lesson of work from OECD member countries to economic and developing cooperation to promote labor skills of youth and work-force age.

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.