The Evaluation and Follow up of the Curriculum for Bachelor’s Degree in Education (B.E. 2538 Improved Curriculum), Secondary Education, Thai Language Program is the survey of the opinions of the graduates of the Faculty of Education, Secondary Education, Thai Language Program about teaching and learning, the problems, knowledge utilization as well as qualifications of the graduates of the Program. The samples were 23 graduates of the Faculty of Education, Secondary Education, Thai Language Program, 13 of whom graduated in 1988 and 10 in 1999. The questionnaire was used as a tool for compiling data. The analysis of data was done through frequency distribution, percentage calculation, arithmetic mean calculation and standard deviation. The results were as follows: 1) Teaching and Learning of the Program: The teaching and learning was found to be highly proper as it encourages students to become self-motivated, effective, and academically knowledgeable teacher; however, the teaching and learning that focused on analyzing textbooks was minimal; 2) Problems of the Program: Seldom problematic areas were found including teachers using lecturing as the only teaching method as the most, whereas teachers not introducing the subjects or explaining preliminary agreements to the students prior to the start of the class as the least; 3) Over all of Thai Content Knowledge Utilization was at the very good level with not much use of knowledge concerning dialects, the royal language, and the biography of the classical and modern literature authors, while over all of Thai Language Skills Utilization was also at the very good level across all skills, listening, speaking, reading and writing respectively, with not much use of skills for debating, Thai classical and dialogue song singing, script reading, script writing, propaganda writing, announcement writing, letter writing, and short story writing; and 4) Qualifications of the graduates: Overall, the graduates were of high quality except for their ability of research.