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  2. Education in Thailand - Wikipedia

    With the aid of foreign - mainly English - advisers a Department of Education was established by the king in 1887 by which time 34 schools, with over 80 teachers and almost 2,000 students, were in operation and as part of the king’s programme to establish ministries, in 1892 the department became the Ministry of Education.

  3. GEMS Education - Wikipedia

    GEMS Education, founded as Global Education Management Systems (GEMS), is an international education company. It is a global advisory and educational management firm, and is the largest operator [ citation needed ] of kindergarten-to-grade-12 schools in the world, with (as of 2021) a network of over 80 schools in over a dozen countries.

  4. History of Singapore - Wikipedia

    Furthermore, Singapore lacked natural resources and faced both a declining entrepôt trade and a growing population that required jobs. It was thought that the merger would benefit the economy by creating a common market, eliminating trade tariffs, and thus supporting new industries which would solve the ongoing unemployment woes.

  5. Population planning in Singapore - Wikipedia

    The Singapore Family Planning and Population Board created a large array of public education material for the Stop-at-Two campaign, in one of the early examples of the public social engineering campaigns the government would continue to implement (Speak Mandarin, Speak Good English, National Courtesy, Keep Singapore Clean and Toilet Flushing ...

  6. Bulls, New Zealand - Wikipedia,_New_Zealand

    Education. Bulls has two co-educational state primary schools for Year 1–8 students. Bulls School was established in 1867 and is the oldest school in the Rangitikei District; it has a roll of 180 as of March 2022. Clifton School, which opened more recently on the southern end of the township, has a roll of 155.

  7. Johor - Wikipedia

    To ensure the quality of education in the state, the state government introduced six long-term measures to upgrade the capability of local teachers. In 2018, it was reported that Johor was among several Malaysian states facing a teacher shortage, so the federal education ministry set up a special committee to study ways to tackle the problem.

  8. A. K. Antony - Wikipedia

    Arackaparambil Kurien Antony, better known as A. K. Antony (born 28 December 1940) is an Indian politician and attorney who was the 23rd Defence Minister of India.He was Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, from Kerala from 1985 to 1995 and again from 2005 to 2022.

  9. Politics of Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia

    On 18 March the same year, King Abdullah announced a package of $93 billion, which included 500,000 new homes to a cost of $67 billion, in addition to creating 60,000 new security jobs. The lack of critical thought in the education system has been cited by some as the reason why fewer protests occurred in the Kingdom.