Children from disadvantaged backgrounds will have access to catch-up tuition sessions in order to make up for teaching time lost to coronavirus, it has been announced.
The new National Tutoring Programme is scheduled to begin next week, and applications are now open for heavily subsidised tuition which could cost schools as little as £50 for 15 sessions.
Southeast Asian nations have made numerous efforts and plans in order to improve their education systems and standards. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Thailand’s premier, has promised first-rate education as a way for the kingdom to become a developed country by 2036.
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