Joint education policy advice for Thailand from OECD and UNESCO

rubber stamp "NEW" Thailand is the first country to benefit from education policy advice from a partnership between the OECD and UNESCO.

The two organisations spent a significant amount of time researching and analysing Thailand’s current education system – and then took time to review it and make recommendations for future improvements, reports The Nation.

Due to the country’s recent investments into the education sector not translating in to success in the international PISA tests, it was necessary for education leaders to step in and analyse what was not working.

Amongst the recommendations is that sturdy review processes are implemented, as well as thorough research and compilation of data. Improvements to teacher training must also be made in order to elevate the achievements of Thai students to be on a par with those in neighbouring countries.

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