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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Inequality of Education in Thailand - - 1940's and 2015 1940's - A group called the People's party, led by Pridi Phanomyong (who later became 7th prime minister of Thailand), to overthrowthe monarchy of Thailand. It took only three hours and the group caused nocasualties. They created a constitution based on the concept of popular sovereignty. One of their main goals was "to provide education for the people." - After the ratification of the constitution, manycolleges and schools were founded. One of those schools included Thamasart Universtiy, the second state universityset up in Thailand by the first constitutional government to instill democracy among thecitizens especially in the lower classes andin rural provinces, by Pridi Bhanomyong . Pridi Phanomyong The "Dome" Building of Thamasart University Constitutional Revolution of 1932 Joined World War II in 1941 - During World War II, Japan invaded Thailand and surrounding countries. They were forced to join the Axis Power's and Thailand was called a "Loyal Puppet" of the Japanese. Japan invaded Thailand in 1939-41 However, not many people know about this. Japan was attractive to Thailand because it was an alternative place to get education, technology and capital. This even made it easier for Japanese to capture Thailand during World War II. The Educational Revolution in Thailand actually began in late 1940s because of the Constitutional Revolution in 1932 and effects from World War II. So, everyone had an equal opportunity to receive an education. After the war, Thailand stayed as a developing country in Southeast Asia, until now 2015 - NOW International School Bangkok (ISB) is the most expensive international school in Thailand (around $25,000 per year). Skyline of Bangkok UN Building in Bangkok Became member of United Nations in 1946 and gained support from many organization such as Unicef and International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) VS Thai public rural schools, where everything is free and there is a total lack of resources for students. Support from Unicef - The survey shows that only 75.3% of children in Thailand who attend primary school enter grade 1 at the age of 6. This means that some kids may enter grade 1 at the age 10. - 83.2% of children in Bangkok enter grade 1 of primary school. - 7,243,713 students in Bangkok areas - 8,025,702 studentsin rural areas Unicef is working with the Minister of Education on a system across 25 provinces. Educators have been trained to ensure that more children goto school and they must ensure an education for all students. Support from International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) Highways in Bangkok Cooperates with The Office of the Natural Primary Education (ONPEC) to establish lower secondary programsin remote rural areas to expand educational opportunities for those who are in lower economic classes. There are 1,827 Thai high school students who study in the US right now based on F-1 Student Visas !!! 1940s Sivakon Mahasandana
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