Classes will resume tomorrow in all deep South schools that closed following the killing of two teachers in Pattani's Mayo district on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said yesterday that she had talked with representatives from the Confederation of Teachers of the Three Southern Border Provinces in Pattani on Thursday about the school closures affecting the quality of education in the area.
The teachers were aware of the government's attempts to solve the southern problems, she said, adding that she had assured southern teachers of improved safety and welfare measures. In return, the confederation's representatives promised that all closed schools in Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat would reopen tomorrow.
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