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Byline: The Nation.
The current economic downturn has changed the way parents are raising their children, according to a recent insight study on children's learning trends.
The recession has also impacted children's learning process and their knowledge-creation activities, the Rakluke Group study found.
"In a fast-changing world, we found the quality of Thai children's learning both within and outside the educational system is still weak," said Subhawadee Harnmethee, president and chief executive officer of Rakluke Group, the publisher of 'Rakluke' and 'Modern Mom' magazines.
The survey was conducted late last year among about 654 …