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Towards community centred educationfor national harmony and development in Thailand
1975 by Unesco, International Institute for Educational Planning in Paris .
Written in English
A contribution to the IIEP Seminar on "The planningof learning arrangements of all kinds for local communities" 9-17 December 1974.
|Statement||by N. Bennett and KVorapipatana.|
|Contributions||Vorapipatana, K., International Institute for Educational Planning.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Towards Community-Centered Education for National Harmony and Development in Thailand. IIEP Seminar Paper: Bennett, N.; Vorapipatana, K. Though various adult and nonformal adult education programs have existed in Thailand over the last half-century, up to quite recently most of these remained second-class copies of the full-time formal Author: N.
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Towards Community-Centered Education for National Harmony and Development. OEC is the main policy development organisation for planning and setting national education standards.
OEC is also responsible for education research and assessment. Mandate: • Propose the National Scheme of Education which integrates religion, arts, culture, and sports into all levels of education.
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DOCUNENT RESUME ED EA AUTHOR Bennett, V.; Vorapipatana, K. TITLE Towards Community-Centered Education for National. Harmony and Development in Thailand. IIEP Seminar Paper: INSTITUTION United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural. Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU) in South Korea; and Hsiao-Lan Sharon Chen and Hsuan-Yi Huang from the National Taiwan Normal University in Taiwan.
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