Poll shows quality education is Thai children’s most favored gift for Children’s Day

Poll shows quality education is Thai children’s most favored gift for Children’s Day

 

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What Thai children and teenagers want most as a gift for the National Children’s Day  from the post-election government is free access to quality education up to university level, according to an opinion survey of Nida Poll.

 

On the occasion of the National Children’s Day tomorrow, Nida Poll of the National Institute of Development Administration gauged the opinions of 1,270 people aged from 12 years upward of different levels of education and occupations across the country during January 7-9.

 

The poll shows that 30 percent of the respondents want access to quality education for all as a gift from the new government; 29.75 percent want free education up to university level; 19.69 percent want the new government to help promote and develop teachers and educational personnel; 6.85 percent want the development of the curricula of vocational education; 3.23 percent want access to high-speed internet at schools; 2.99 percent want to see the admission system be rectified and 2.83 percent want the new government to get rid of under-the-table kickback admission fees from schools.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/poll-shows-quality-education-is-thai-childrens-most-favored-gift-for-childrens-day/

 
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