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Education Ministry threatens to sue Bad Student group for naming schools opposing casual clothing

 

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Thailand’s Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan gestures (front L) as he talks to students staging a protest in front of the Education Ministry in Bangkok on August 19, 2020. / AFP

 

The Ministry of Education is considering taking legal action against the Bad Student website and its administrator for identifying teachers and schools which prohibited students in casual clothing from attending classes on the first day of the second semester on Tuesday. 

 

In an interview with the Inside Thailand TV programme this morning (Wednesday), Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan said that such disclosures may violate the right for privacy of the teaching staff and their schools.

 

On its website, the Bad Student group is encouraging students, who were denied entry to their schools or whose parents were summoned to meet with school administrators for their child’s defiance of the dress code, to report the names of the schools and teachers involved. The Bad Student group has threatened to expose them on their webpage to denounce or shame them.

 

Source: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/education-ministry-threatens-to-sue-bad-student-group-for-naming-schools-opposing-casual-clothing/

 

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They insist on keeping the population firmly entrenched in the third world while they ceaselessly pilfer the national coffers! Where will it ever end?

i believe children are our future.....teach them well and let them lead the way.....   unless it opposes your dinosaur mentality then just sue. 

Just another load of nonsense, what about the rights of the students? Children are the future, and plonkers like him are trying to stop them voicing their opinions.  

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

may violate the right for privacy of the teaching staff and their schools.

May be some teachers violate the rights of children, as well.

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