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200 secondary schools to recruit students with entrance exams

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200 secondary schools to recruit students with entrance exams

By The Nation

 

Some 200 secondary schools will be allowed to recruit all their students from across the country through entrance examinations.

 

At present only three prestigious school are allowed to use entrance exams to recruit their secondary level students. They are Triam Udom Sueksa, Mahidol Witthaya Nusorn and Chulabhorn Rajawitthayalai schools.

 

The remaining secondary schools are required to take in at least 60 per cent of students from the local area through lot draw, not exams. The schools are allowed to make their own decision on the remaining 40 per cent of available seats.

 

Dr Ekkachai Kisukphan, chairman of the Basic Education Commission, said the commission decided on Friday to change the policy and allow some 200 schools to accept 100 per cent of students through entrance exams.

 

Ekkachai said the commission felt that the old regulations restricted the potential of the schools with a high rate of prospective entrants to develop capable students.

 

As a result, the 200 secondary schools with high rate of entrants will be exempt from the 60 per cent local recruitment regulation, Ekkachai said. He said the schools that will be allowed to use entrance exams for all entrants include Suankularb Wittayalai School, Satriwithaya School, Debsirin School, Yothinburana School, Wat Sutthiwararam School and provincial schools.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30369607

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation 2019-05-18

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