PM vows tighter security plans for southern teachers

 

(16/01/13) Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has expressed readiness of the government to tighten security measures for teachers in the violence-plagued south as she presided over a National Teacher’s Day event in Bangkok.

The event was set up as part of the celebration for Her Majesty the Queen’s 80th birthday anniversary on August 12th, 2012 and to honor the sacrifices and undeterred dedication of Thai teachers, especially those working in the three southern border provinces of Yala (ยะลา), Narathiwat (นราธิวาส) and Pattani(ปัตตานี).

To ensure that safety for teachers will once again be restored in the all affected areas, the Prime Minister affirmed that the government and all related security agencies will work to their best effort in resolving the problems.

Plans for educational development for teachers nationwide have also been added to the government’s agendas.

Representatives from the National Teacher’s Federation also took the opportunity to discuss with the prime minister about several current educational affairs, including higher demand for teachers, as well as financial support for the training of teaching personnel.

 

source :  INN

 

 

 

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