Pupils collaborate during an English language lesson at Watthatthong Primary School in Bangkok, Thailand, in March 2015. The country has closed schools and postponed the start of the new term to help contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA Pupils collaborate during an English language lesson at Watthatthong Primary School in Bangkok, Thailand, in March 2015. The country has closed schools and postponed the start of the new term to help contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA
Pupils collaborate during an English language lesson at Watthatthong Primary School in Bangkok, Thailand, in March 2015. The country has closed schools and postponed the start of the new term to help contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA

Letters | As coronavirus pandemic forced school closures, Thailand raced to widen reach of digital education

  • Given the limited access to high quality Wi-fi in some rural communities, government efforts have focused on digital, cable and satellite television

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Pupils collaborate during an English language lesson at Watthatthong Primary School in Bangkok, Thailand, in March 2015. The country has closed schools and postponed the start of the new term to help contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA Pupils collaborate during an English language lesson at Watthatthong Primary School in Bangkok, Thailand, in March 2015. The country has closed schools and postponed the start of the new term to help contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA
Pupils collaborate during an English language lesson at Watthatthong Primary School in Bangkok, Thailand, in March 2015. The country has closed schools and postponed the start of the new term to help contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA
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