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New curriculum must ready students for the workforce

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The advent of the Asean Community at the end of 2015 has brought to the forefront of our thinking the urgency of reform in many areas. 

Among these is our education system, which remains out of touch with the modern world and fails to meet the demands of the 21st-century job market.

To address the problem, the government recently established the Board of Basic Education Curriculum Reform, chaired by Prof Pavich Thongroj, adviser to the education minister.

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