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Kajonkietsuksa School Group

 
Review 1)
 
 
Academic integrity of Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Effectiveness of administration at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Academic and disciplinary support provided at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Director's involvement in academics at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Fair and equitable treatment by board and director at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Kajonkietsuksa School Group has adequate educational materials on hand
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Attitude of local community towards foreigners at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Cost of living in relation to salary at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Satisfaction with housing at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Community offers a variety of activities at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Availability and quality of local health care at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Satisfaction with school health insurance policy at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Family friendly / child friendly school and community at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Assistance with visas, shipping and air travel at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Extra curricular load is reasonable at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Security and personal safety at Kajonkietsuksa School Group
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Kajonkietsuksa School Group has many campuses, with the main campus having great facilities. This is where the interviews are held and in my opinion, this is the only campus out of all of them which is suitable to teach at...

Many of the classrooms at Kajonkietsuksa School Group still have chalk boards, and there aren't merely enough resources for Kindergarten children, to just be children... 

Now, I refer to Kajonkiet as a school, but it didn't take long for me to realise that in fact it is treated far more like a business... 

I am/was a teacher at Kajonkiet, and I can honestly say that the management here really ruined my experience in Thailand, and has left me feeling very negative towards the education system here...

Another way in which Kajonkietsuksa School Group are failing their teachers is with the lack of knowledge and care about obtaining Non B visas and work permits, which are required by law to work in Thailand... 

Now for the safety and well being of the children... Kajonkietsuksa School Group, claim that they have a 'no hitting' policy, so you would think that would mean that teachers do not lay hands on the children, right? Wrong... 

 
 
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