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51. learning | 03 Aug 2010
» A shortfall of 15,000 teachers of mechanical studies is threatening attempts to reform the country's education system.
52. learning | 11 Jan 2012
Easy English news
» Education Minister Woravat Au-apinyakul joined with a group of Muslim protesters to knock down a symbolic wall of prejudice after a temple school imposed a ban on wearing the hijab, the Muslim headscarf.
53. learning | 20 Jun 2012
» Thailand leads Asean with 1.4 million foreign patients but Asian Economic Community in 2015 means changes in medical education & maybe importing nurses.
54. learning | 21 Jan 2012
» Raw meat's link with liver cancer, long known, is now the focus of a childhood
education programme to stop deadly bad habits forming.
55. learning | 18 Aug 2011
Easy English news
» New education minister Worawat Ua-apinyakul clearly believes the PC tablet giveaway is a winning policy. Yesterday he told the Bangkok Post how it will be implemented
56. learning | 02 Nov 2010
Newspaper section: Mylife
» Early experiences form the foundation for healthy, intelligent and meaningful social interactions in life. All children have the right to be raised in a family and to have access to quality health care, good nutrition, e...
57. news | 11 Oct 2013
» MIRANSHAH, PAKISTAN - The Pakistani Tailban are "delighted" that Malala Yousafzai, the teenage education activist they tried to kill, missed out on the Nobel Peace Prize.
58. learning | 30 Mar 2012
Newspaper section: News
» The Office of the Basic Education Commission said yesterday the government had failed to give it enough money to buy the tablet computers which it must supply to all Prathom 1 pupils.
59. news | 17 Nov 2013
» Stripped naked and beaten, Peng Hong's memories of his time in a Chinese "re-education" labour camp are dark -- but even so, he greeted Beijing's abolition of the widely-loathed system with only cautious optimism...
60. news | 01 Nov 2013
» When attackers threw acid in Shamsia Husseini's face outside her school in Afghanistan, she defied them by returning to class -- and now she has struck another blow for female education by becoming a teacher herself.