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11. news | 20 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: Sports
» One of Thailand's best and most popular players of all time, Kiatisak Senamuang is just one match away from a rare achievement, winning an Asean double as player and — provided his men hold on against Malaysia in th...
12. lifestyle | 11 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: Life
» The first Bangkok Queer Theatre Festival is drawing to a close this weekend after an 11-week run, which began on Sept 27, at the new Sun Dance Theatre in Silom. The festival showcases two original plays, two contemporary...
13. learning | 13 Jul 2010
Teaching with HEART
» Since social-emotional well-being directly relates to students' academic achievement, schools should commit to supporting it. This is particularly necessary for adolescents.
14. opinion | 22 Jan 2015
» The bitter account of a Japanese educational volunteer's latest experience at Suvarnabhumi airport, which he referred to as "a disgrace to Thailand", has been all over the internet in the past few days. Originating ...
15. news | 21 Jan 2015
» The Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (Onesqa) has defended its quality assessments of educational institutions, saying they do not curb the amount of time teachers spend in the classroom.
16. news | 20 Jan 2015
» A Japanese educational volunteer, whose Facebook post about Suvarnabhumi airport’s taxi service went viral Sunday, said he feels “empty” that the driver at the heart of his online rant was banned from working there....
17. opinion | 09 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: News
» I agree with the Constitution Drafting Committee that students be taught their civil rights at all educational levels so they will know their duties and responsibilities. To promote commitment to what they learn, we shou...
18. news | 03 Dec 2014
» A committee on educational reform and human resource development has proposed the new constitution include education reform, pointing out that people currently suffer from unequal access to education and that the quality...
19. learning | 28 Oct 2014
» Finland, a country without oil, gas or diamonds, has since 1968 focused on its most precious resource: human capital. It's educational system produces some of the best students in the world. But how? Are there lesso...
20. 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.