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21. learning | 03 Dec 2012
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» The 332 schools in Pattani closed after another teacher was killed by militants last week are reopening today.
22. learning | 28 Nov 2012
» Teachers told to sleep at schools for their own safety. Teachers close 332 schools in Pattani to pressure for new protective measures.
23. learning | 20 Aug 2010
» Teacher graduates will have to pass an extra test with emphasis on specific subjects of study to qualify for a licence under a new system set for 2014.
24. learning | 12 Jul 2012
Easy English news
» A brief blurry video of a confrontation between an angry teacher and a male student is gaining attention on the Internet. What is most impressive, however, is how quickly the other students, particularly girls, acted to ...
25. learning | 28 Jul 2013
From our guest reporters
» One of the first students I met when I arrived at Nakorn Si Thammarat Teachers’ College in 1968 was Chamnong Srithara. Now, retired from the teaching profession, Chamnong has taken up a new career. Here is his story. (Go...
26. news | 10 Oct 2013
» Multiple bombing, arson and gun attacks in the deep South early yesterday left a female teacher and two rangers dead in one of the biggest coordinated waves of suspected insurgent violence in years.
27. 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.
28. learning | 30 Nov 2010
FULFILLING SPECIAL NEEDS
» Upon the conclusion of her assigning her Prathom 5 (Grade 5) class a maths exercise on decimals, Saisunee Roodeekajohnchai, a teacher at Ban Huai Lat School, asked Ngunruethai Boonsri, aka Mai, 11, and five of her classm...
29. lifestyle | 24 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Accomplished pop-jazz pianist and piano teacher Joel Poomiwanadon will be accompanied by colleagues and musician friends, including the Yontararak family, in a concert called "Joel & Co.", which will be held at Sala Suda...
30. news | 30 Oct 2013
» Like any Australian child, Cameron Smith attends school every weekday, but with his teacher and fellow pupils spread hundreds of kilometres across the vast Outback his "classroom" is considered the largest on earth.