A Comparative Study of National Policy on Information and Communication Technology for Global Educational Excellence and ASEAN Countries


  • Santi Krongyuth มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฎสุรินทร์
  • Prachit Intakanok Surindra Rajabhat University
  • Nootjaree Boonget Surindra Rajabhat University
  • Udom Homkham Surindra Rajabhat University


The policy of Information Technology and Communication, Global Educational Excellence


              The objective of this research was to study the issues, similarities and differences between the national policies on information and communication technology for global education in the countries of excellence and ASEAN countries. The countries with the best education systems in the world in 2014 were: Korea, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Finland. Studies found that the National policies on information and communication technology for educational excellence include: 1) Infrastructure development for ICT, 2) Development of ICT for early childhood education and basic education, 3) compulsory and vocational education, 4) higher education, 5) professional teacher development, 6) research and highly-skilled digital human resource development, and 7) cyber security, respectively.


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How to Cite

Krongyuth, S., Intakanok, P., Boonget, N. ., & Homkham, U. (2021). A Comparative Study of National Policy on Information and Communication Technology for Global Educational Excellence and ASEAN Countries. Academic MCU Buriram Journal, 6(2), 61–75. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ambj/article/view/247772



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