‘Trinuch’ boils, orders to move urgently, school director throws a noose, younger children attack the dormitory and attack older people. in front of friends The teacher asked to turn off the news so parents wouldn’t report it.
The case of a 17-year-old female student at a boarding and co-educational boarding school in Muang district, Phetchabun province, was climbed by a 15-year-old male student into a quarantine dormitory for a girl infected with COVID-19. and then molested in front of a fellow female student The incident happened since August 24 in the past.
Latest date 23 September 65 Miss Treenut Thienthong The Minister for Education (MOE) said that he had received such reports. The incident was considered to be the school director’s fault. he has ordered the school director to work in the central area and checked everyone involved. especially the teachers on duty who looked after the children on the day of the accident
“This is a flawed issue. It needs rigorous scrutiny. If the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC) examined it, it was found that there was in fact negligence. to take full disciplinary action MOE must look after all students. especially vulnerable children who have to study together So, in the context that students must come together Schools must also be strict in various regulations.” Miss Treenut said.
Ms Treenut further stated that The female students affected and still in school The MOE will take full care of the mental state of the students. He will not abandon and do not want students to leave the school by coordinating with a psychologist and related agencies to monitor them closely as well as taking care of education management as well. and don’t ignore it because it is important And he emphasized that schools in residential schools must not be neglected and not let this happen again.
When asked, some parents are now transferring their children from the school. because of uncertainty How will you build confidence? But in practice, schools can be lax and lax. MOE must strictly comply with the established regulations. for children to be safe and if that happens a serious examination must be carried out.