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INNOTECH CS-04-2017: Best Practices of Secondary Level Alternative Delivery Modes (ADMs) in Southeast Asia: A Case Study of the Home School Program of Thailand

This case study on the Home School Program of Thailand, is one of the four country case studies featuring successful secondary level alternative delivery modes (ADMs) in Southeast Asia. This case study features the Home School Program being implemented in Wat Doi Pha Som, Sameong District, Chiang Mai.

SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology
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SEAMEO INNOTECH; Association of Southeast Asian Nations; Older people--Northeastern Thailand--Societies and clubs; School administration; alternative delivery modes; home school program;
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