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91. learning | 18 Jan 2011
» A popular TV show combines business education with entertainment for a mass TV audience.
92. news | 24 Oct 2013
» The Education Ministry wants to increase the number of vocational students by 75,600 next year to serve industrial demands and economic growth.
93. learning | 22 May 2012
» There were smiles outside Government House yesterday as a student hunger strike ended after the Education Ministry told Bodindecha (Sing Singhaseni) School to accept 57 students it earlier rejected. Today, however, thei...
94. opinion | 26 Oct 2013
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» Our problem-plagued education system has no shortage of critics. Perhaps the most frustrated among them are human resource managers in successful companies. They waste a lot of their time telling graduates clutching new ...
95. news | 20 Dec 2013
» A plan to promote ethics among educational personnel should be put on the national agenda to lower widespread corruption in schools, the Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) says.
96. news | 17 Dec 2013
» China's much-vaunted abolition of its widely loathed "re-education through labour" camps risks being no more than a cosmetic change because of other rights abuses, Amnesty International said Tuesday.
97. learning | 14 Dec 2010
» International School Bangkok is inviting academically inclined students from financially challenged families to apply for its special scholarship programme. The process is completely anonymous and is sanctioned by the Of...
98. learning | 21 May 2012
» The hunger strike by a group of Matthayom students who have been denied entry to the upper secondary level at their former school continued their hunger strike yesterday as the Education Minister said they were being use...
99. learning | 23 Mar 2013
» The Office of the Teacher Civil Service and Educational Personnel Commission (OTEPC) has authorised provincial education panels to revoke the results of a recent recruitment examination.
100. news | 29 Nov 2013
» South Korea's Education Ministry has ordered revisions to a number of high school history textbooks, part of a long-running ideological battle over the narrative of modern Korean nationhood.