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KALASIN - Many parents and students gathered outside a well-known school in Kalasin's Muang district on Thursday, demanding the resignation or transfer of its director, who has been accused of forcing female students to work as caddies at a golf club, according to a Daily News report. 

A student representative told reporters that Surapong Phusaengsri, the director of Khamin Phitthayasan School, insisted that female students between grade 10 and 12  work as caddies at a golf club about 30 kilometres from the school.

If the students refused he would tell them that the school would not issue grades to them, the representative said.

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