JANUARY 27, 2021
ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE THAI MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

Below an anouncement in both Thai and in English on the reopening of schools on February 1. All schools are allowed to reopen except for schools in the province of Samut Sakhon. Student numbers are capped at 25 max per class.

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JANUARY 7, 2021
ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE THAI MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

Below a short translated summary of the Thai Ministry of Education's semester ending dates for the second school semester 2021 (government & private schools).
Schools are expected to have completed teaching the curriculum and administered all exams by April 9.
Students who have failed their exams are to be given remedial work and retake the exam by May 15 with the exception of Matayom 6 students who must retake theirs by April 23.

7.1.20

7.1.2020

JANUARY 3, 2021
ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE THAI MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

Below a short-translated summary of the Thai Ministry of Education's rules that 28 schools in the red zones must follow.
Numbers of staff must not exceed 25%, the rest must work from home.
Staff that have to travel from one district to another in the same province if that district has Covid cases, those members of staff must work from home.
Head of school must plan and assign work to staff with their safety in mind.
All classes taught online.
The announcement was released this Sunday afternoon January 3rd and this is a translated summary of the main points by Teaching Jobs in Thailand.
The announcement has two pages. Page 2 consists of the 28 provinces located in the red zones.

3.1.20

3.1.2021