According to the Permanent Secretary for The Ministry of Education, Dr. Suthasee Wongsamarn, a draft Road Map for Educational Reform has been proposed for the approval of the NCPO yesterday. The road map was a result of a discussion by the agencies concerning the framework of educational reform.The framework proposed are as follows:
1. A framework for teachers reform aiming at the restructure of educational personnel administration;
2. A framework for equal distribution of educational opportunities and quality emphasizing the improvement of the management of a long distance learning system; building a strong network of schools; solving the problems of small schools; restructuring school finance with an intention to emphasize educational equality and quality.
3. A framework for educational administration reform emphasizing decentralization of management; focusing more on restructuring of the ministry policy and financial system together with accountability and transparency;
4.A framework for educational development with more emphasis on factors of production, especially the reform in human resources development;
5.A frame of learning system change focusing on development of classroom practices, modern basic education reform emphasizing civil society, morality, and ethics;
6.A framework for the restructuring of applying of technologies for educational purposes.
Contributions from interesting participants are welcome in a forum to be held on 19 July 2014 at the Ministry of Education.
For more information and contribution, please visit the secretariat for this affair at www.edreform.moe.go.th;