A teacher at my daughters rural school was caught with fake qualifications last term. He was given two weeks to leave the country by immigration officials. However I am worried that other teachers at the school are working illegally and have not been though any of the checks now demanded by the Thai government. What can a concerned step father do to ensure no more criminal teachers find work at my daughter's school? I have met with the Kru Yai to discuss this issue beofre but she seemed not to understand the laws and regulations that apply to foreign teachers.
yeah yeha yeah - doan worry we do gud job yah?
If you were a good Dad you would teach her well and not have to worry
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Why 2 weeks, why not lock him up and deport him like they have in the past, and 2 weeks, is that to give him time to say goodbye to everyone.Originally Posted by bruce boy
The Thai government doesn't have any checks it's the MOE, and nothing is concert, some ask for police checks some don't.However I am worried that other teachers at the school are working illegally and have not been though any of the checks now demanded by the Thai government.
It's down to the school itself to check out the qualifications of a teacher.
Criminal you say, well yes he had a fake degree, you say, so that breaking the law which would make him a criminal in that count but apart from that how do you know if he was a criminal before?What can a concerned step father do to ensure no more criminal teachers find work at my daughter's school?
Well as it has been said, you first posted this a long time ago on TV and if after all this time you still don't know the answer then that's your fault.I have met with the Kru Yai to discuss this issue beofre but she seemed not to understand the laws and regulations that apply to foreign teachers.
^If so he isn't much of one as it looks like he's gone, maybe it's not what he expected from the ajarn Forum posters, let him be at TV as he is a respected poster over there.
Oh so the Ministry of Education isn't part of the government of Thailand? Is it a private institution? An NGO? A quango? Please explain! Your knowledge of systems of government seems really first rateOriginally Posted by OEG
What Government?Originally Posted by bruce boy
That's more like it bruce girl you're like a real troll now
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One of my biggest irritations is when people come on here, ask a reasonable question, and get jumped on as a troll....it's really not necessary....and I really do think that concerned parents should get the benefit of the doubt.
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^ Sorry LDMA , but it does look odd when it was a long, long time ago when he posted the same thing over on TV, if he was that concerned it should have been sorted by now, but hell, who knows maybe he's the real deal.
then she is inept.Originally Posted by bruce boy
you have to think about whether you want to send your child to a school run by an inept manager.
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Here's the MOE website:
I'm sure that they will be happy to respond to any emails or phone calls.
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