International Review of Education

, Volume 54, Issue 5–6, pp 763–771 | Cite as

Thailand’s Path to Literacy

  • Sombat SuwanpitakEmail author


Adult Education Educational Provision Vocational Skill Adult Literacy Rate Lifelong Education 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bureau of Inspection, Monitoring and Evaluation, Office of the Permanent Secretary for EducationMinistry of EducationBangkok Thailand

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