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BANGKOK 17 August 2019 18:26
snoop1130

Thailand ‘a rising star in the international school market’

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16 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Thailand ‘a rising star in the international school market’

Who makes this shIt up?

I mean, any Thai with serious money sends their kids abroad.

 

16 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Toryos Pandejpong, board director at Denla British School (DBS) – one of the leading international schools in the region, says Thailand is now a rising star in the segment,

She cannot be serious.

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35 minutes ago, freebyrd said:

Yaaaawn, isn't Thailand a rising star/hub in everything? 😴

Yup, and The hub of BS.

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Isn't it sad that parents have to pay for private schools coz of Goverment run schools being just too bad in everything. Good education must be available to everyone without payment. 

But stop, in this case the elite would be at risk.

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Simply money making schemes.  I'm thinking about opening a Trumps University~60,000 a year, and learn how to lie, cheat, steal and deceive your way to riches and fame mowing anyone down in your path at any cost.

Yep, at Trumps~we trump you up, so you can mow down the losers until you are on top~up your confidence, and forget how to feel

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22 minutes ago, Deli said:

Isn't it sad that parents have to pay for private schools coz of Goverment run schools being just too bad in everything. Good education must be available to everyone without payment. 

But stop, in this case the elite would be at risk.

Isn't it sad that people have to pay for private health care coz of Government run hospitals being just too bad in everything. Good health care must be available to everyone without payment. 

Isn't it sad that people have to pay for private transportation coz of Government run busses being just too bad. Good transportation must be available to everyone without payment. 

Isn't it sad that people have to pay for private housing coz of Government run housing being just too bad. Good housing must be available to everyone without payment.

Isn't it sad that people have to pay for food coz of Government provided food being just too bad. Good food/nutrition must be available to everyone without payment. 

Shall I go on with your nonsense? Just because the "government" provides something, doesn't mean it is "without payment". Tax payers pay for it. In Thailand, incomes and therefore taxes are low, and the quality of the services provided by the government are also low (the quality of the services provided by the government in other countries where incomes and taxes are much higher is also low, but that is a whole other story, one that I doubt that you would understand).  

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21 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

“Another reason why international schools are attractive is because foreigners have confidence in Thailand’s strength and stability and that’s why they send their children to our country to study,” he said.

Guess he needs "re-educating"

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USD 20'000 per student per year for what you get in any western country as normal public school - there is a message somewhere ........... and that is the lower end of the tuition fee scale. 

Absolutely not affordable for 99.9% of Thais which results in one of the least educated ASEAN future. You can give a child precisely two things for life; one is social values and the other one is the best possible education. The latter is the responsibility of the government which, due to the absence of power separation, directly benefits of an uneducated electorate during elections and all those smoke screen exercises going on daily without the average Khon Thai even realizing. The big ride on the Thai-Education-Merry-go-round will not stop anytime soon - yet, in my humble unimportant opinion - it is too late already and Thailand will face a blank future compared to the rest of most ASEAN countries. How sad for the future generations and Thailand! 
 

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