Kenan is working to reform education in Thailand to lay the foundations for a 21st century workforce…
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Education cannot wait. There is a need to advance the quality of education, while ensuring universal access for the most vulnerable groups. Building 21st century skills like critical thinking and problem-solving is now urgent. Despite progress, the gap between skilled and unskilled is widening, and major inequalities persist between and within countries.
Kenan Institute Asia works with students, educators, governments, corporations, and multilateral agencies to equip youth and young adults with the skills and knowledge to become workforce leaders. Utilizing evidence-based practices for educational improvement in both the formal and non-formal education sectors, with a particular emphasis on improving math and science teaching outcomes, we deliver substantial and lasting improvements to student and teacher outcomes, job market readiness, and institutional and systems transformation.
Ms. Wilailuck Pinkaew
Head of Science, Lad Pla Kao School, Bangkok
IBM Teachers TryScience
The significant improvement of my students proves that STEM is crucial to Thai education. Previously, as a physics teacher, I always found that lessons were difficult to understand and relate to their daily life or future career. This happened until I started using STEM educational materials.