Bangkok Post 25ก.ย.53

Anti-graft lessons teach students to share


Kindergartens and Mathayom I students in schools inder the Bangkok Metropolitan.  Administration’s management are to be taught in sacrifice and share to try to help stamp out corruption. A course titled To Pai Mai Gong, (Growinggood), the course is being introduced first to kindergarten and Prothom 1 (Grade 1) students in 280 schools in Bacgkok in November. The course will be progressively introduced to other levels up to Mathayom 6 (Grade 12) in BMA run schools.Teaching tools and media such as songs, hand pupper plays, and games, ” This project is not a political game,” said Ms. Taya. She was responding to comments that the course was meant to attack certain political elements or parties. The project was initiated by Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra who wants to solve problems of  abuse of power and corruption. City Half has allocated 20 million baht a year for the project, including training teachers. Among the 1,400 teachers trained for the course. Growinggood is part of the city’s 16 projects to be carried out to celebrate the King’s 84th birthday next year

One Response to “Bangkok Post 25ก.ย.53”

  1. avatar
    colossi
    05. ต.ค., 2010 at 6:34 am #

    I would like to exchange links with your site growinggood.org
    Is this possible?

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