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BANGKOK 14 November 2018 03:05
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New Directive Bans Expulsion of Pregnant Students

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I am not saying this is right or wrong. however I am wondering whats going to happen after the baby is born, breast feeding in the classroom perhaps?

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Thais don't produce enough babies and population of the old ages is more than young ages. Furthermore, there are more LBGT compare with normal genders. Maybe the MOE trying this way to encourage more young people to produce more babies. The government need to come out more benefits and freebies to the young families. 

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And some sex education that teaches proper behaviour and responsibility when it comes to having sex while very young would do a lot of good to insure that those kids are aware of the consequences of the aftermath...

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This is great news for the improvement of the lives of women in Thailand


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In the 21st century why on earth would a student be expected to drop out of school if they become pregnant? They should be supported to ensure that they can complete their education in these difficult circumstances.

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3 hours ago, blinkers said:

I am not saying this is right or wrong. however I am wondering whats going to happen after the baby is born, breast feeding in the classroom perhaps?

Yes a very good idea,plus changing diapers and everything that comes with it.This would show the others kids what getting pregnant is all about.It might deter some.

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Do they mark their foreheads with a red "P"?

 

2018 or 1518? 

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Gee, why would a single, young mother need an education ?   Past logic escapes me, but happy it is now consigned to the dust bin of Thai history.   

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2 hours ago, yellowboat said:

Gee, why would a single, young mother need an education ?   Past logic escapes me, but happy it is now consigned to the dust bin of Thai history.   

Oh, I don't know.

In Australia they learned a long time ago that there is more money in babies than in education.

These days the government even pays them to make them.

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Has anyone told the parents of the students that get pregnant ,the girls that I have heard of in this area that get pregnant, it is the parents that take them out of school .to much face to lose in the family, with a pregnant daughter, she normally just stay at home until the baby is born,I have been told in some cases the school does not know that the girl is pregnant .

All is not lost, our local Ratchpat, collage run further education courses for girls that get pregnant at an early age on a Saturday and Sunday.  

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