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Public spending on education in Thailand is 5.8% of GDP. The adult literacy rate includes 93.5% of the population (source: CIA World Factbook).
In 2012 Thailand embarked on an ambitious program to issue one tablet PC per child in education. After an initial order of 850,000 units was completed and the tablets were handed out, the project ran aground when the Chinese manufacturer of the tablets went bankrupt. Current plans are to replace the one tablet per child scheme with another scheme to introduce “smart classrooms” with interactive display boards into every school in the country.
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» Universities for Expats in Thailand
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