Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

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Re: Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

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Re: Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

Post by Doodoo » April 11, 2018, 5:36 am

Might be a drop in the Ocean BUT it sends a message to other civil servants that bribery will not be tolerated

Bravo to the people who followed through

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Re: Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

Post by deankham » April 11, 2018, 10:50 am

mak wrote:
March 20, 2018, 1:23 pm
Udon Pit School has started, for this coming year, an International Program. It will be offered in Matthayom 1 and Matthayom 4. It is similar to the English Program but with more classes in English. The school is presently hiring teachers for this new program. Matthayom 4 will have 2 classes of 25 students in each. The first class will be Science oriented, Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The second class will be language oriented, English, Math and a second language, Chinese or Japanese. All classes will be taught in English except for Thai language and Social Studies. Cost is approximately 120,000 baht per year.
I'm not up on the school years. What ages are Matthayom 1 and 4?

My daughter has just done a term in Apparatkya (wrong spelling) English programme (she is 8 yo) and there is far less English and far more Thai taught than we were led to believe. Not all bad though as she is fluent in English and about 5% in Thai so good opportunity to learn Thai...however dont see it as a long term solution.

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Re: Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

Post by Doodoo » April 11, 2018, 12:03 pm

Don't know how your post got to this original post But the original is about corruption with in the educational system????
This had nothing to do with International Languages but bribery

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Re: Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

Post by pal52 » April 11, 2018, 5:14 pm

Doodoo wrote:
April 11, 2018, 12:03 pm
Don't know how your post got to this original post But the original is about corruption with in the educational system????
This had nothing to do with International Languages but bribery
Why dont you read the original post .
It has nothing to do with corruption but purely informing the forum about an International Course being started by the above school.
It has been turned into a post about corruption by the usual idiots.

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Re: Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

Post by Brian Davis » April 11, 2018, 5:56 pm

pal52 wrote:
April 11, 2018, 5:14 pm
......It has been turned into a post about corruption by the usual idiots......
Thanks! :lol:
The topic has references to corruption, but has a good amount of other info too. If one is considering sending a child to a private school, the costs of doing so are obviously relevant and raised here. If anyone has evidence (it's currently in the news), perhaps it's sufficient alone to say TIT, that payments other than the usual fee are the norm, probable or whatever, then I believe it's relevant to say so.
Incidentally, my view is those who pay are the idiots, but that really is another topic.

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Re: Udon Pittayanukoon School International Program

Post by mortsyn » April 12, 2018, 1:56 pm

Don Bosco in Udon Thani will also have grade 1 and grade 4 in their new English Program. Max class size 30 students, one Thai and one English teacher assigned to each class. 70.000baht/year. Music teacher english, computer and math teachers english.

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