More than 700 deputy school directors who passed an examination to qualify as principals are complaining over the delay in their being appointed to the positions at schools with few students.
Recently, a group of around 20 deputy school directors met at the Education Ministry to ask for a clarification after the Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) announced that no directors would be appointed at schools with fewer than 60 students.
Thammarat Thamputtawong, deputy director of Ban Phaktop Prachanukun school in Udon Thani, heads the school administrators' network in the Northeast. He said 724 deputy directors had passed the Obec's recruitment, examination and training of school principals, and are waiting only for the appointment to start work as school directors.
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