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NACC probes ‘tea money’ demands to get children into Khon Kaen schools

Eight secondary schools in the north-eastern province of Khon Kaen are under investigation by officials from the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC,) for allegedly demanding “tea money” of up to 100,000 baht from parents of students who fail the entrance examination.

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Thirat Bangpetch, acting director of the NACC’s office in Khon Kaen, told Thai PBS that they have received complaints from several parents about the alleged corruption by some decision-making figures in the eight high schools.

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By Thai PBS World

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