On 29 March 2013, the Minister of Education, Mr. Phongthep Thepkanjana, chaired the opening of a multi-purposed building and the opening of a Somdej Phra Buddha Khosajarn (Charoen Sukkhabot) Museum together with the Culture Minister, Mr. Sonthaya Khunpleum, and the board chairman of the Cholburi 'Sukhabot' School. Also attending were the specialist director of the school, Mrs. Kamonphat Thippayakraisornchote, the school board members, teachers and students.
The Minister of Education said that this cooperative event had been organized by homes, Buddhist temples and schools. Actually, should local administrators choose join this cooperation movement on educational management, local education would be strengthened.
Mr. Phongthep added that Buddhist temples played a crucial role in the education of Thai children because the temples provided support to schools which in turn were the heart of national development. He then thanked the school board members and Mr. Sonthaya for their constant support for the sake of Thai students' success. The Minister was glad to learn that a lot of students from this school had become good doctors and engineers.
Finally, Mr. Phongthep said that good facilities provided by the school would improve education and students' morality and ethics. He then thanked everyone who had attended the two ceremonies on behalf of the Ministry of Education.