The Education Ministry aims to issue "good deeds" passports for students at all levels in an attempt to foster goodness and ethics among Thai youths, according to permanent secretary Suthasri Wongsamarn.
Students take part in a ceremony promising they will not be cheaters when they are adults, in Bangkok in June 2014. (Bangkok Post photo)
The good deed passports may be used as additional criteria for students to get seats in public universities or lower educational levels of Matthayom 1 and 4.
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