The Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) has set up a panel to investigate a school director and two qualified teachers from Buri Ram province who "dishonestly" sat screening exams for assistant teachers.
Obec’s secretary-general Apichart Jeerawuth on Monday assigned the Bureau of Personnel Administration Development Management and Legal Affairs to look into the case of the three men, reportedly brothers.
Recruitment exams for prospective assistant teachers were held at 89 education offices and the Bureau of Special Education on April 19 and 20. The exams screen candidates for 1,888 assistant teacher vacancies countrywide. A total of 91,577 applicants sat the two-day tests.
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