Poor State of Thai Education For Children With Disability

My jumbled thoughts and growing concerns of the predicament of Thai education for children living with disabilities. The flaw naturally is the lack of political will to the furtherance of rights, especially in a junta-controlled country.

The focus of the regime is primarily on political sustainability, the control, or as many say the strangulation of the population. While concerns are placed on the mainstream pick of human rights, along with the senseless bitching that comes with that territory, and the economy, the less-popular reality of parents with special children are struggling in an environment that seeks moral perfection and obedience.

Some parents of disabled children tell me that while there are laws, policies that advocate for rights, however during these times, the absence of democracy stunts their ability to push the junta for changes. Others worry of repercussion should they voice their concerns to the education ministry or the school.

So what happens to marginalized communities and their children made vulnerable by the absence of good governance?

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