Cambodian students and their parents last week met face-to-face with prestigious schools, universities and education providers from across Australia.
Austria’s capital Vienna once again defended its position as the city offering the best quality of life in the world, while Iraq’s capital Baghdad remains the worst in an annual survey from consulting firm Mercer.
Enrolment in secondary education increases in 2017 while the dropout declines.
One third or more of second graders in Cambodia are unable to read.
Living in a developed country might be the ultimate aim for many people. Ly Meng has experienced that, but still feels that being in his home country is where he can find real happiness and live life fully.
Education systems, with the right policies and practices in place, can lead to both better skilled and more equitable societies in the East Asia and Pacific region, writes Victoria Kwakwa.
This year marks the third year that Cambodia celebrates National Reading Day.
Neang Sovathana, an honorary ambassador for Plan International Cambodia, went to Nay community pre-school and Andoung Meas High School in Ratanakiri province to inspire students to make right decisions about their future.
Cambodia Independent Teachers’ Association to protest if 13 education staffers recently fired are not reinstated.
Hun Manet calls on youths to furthering their education for the country’s development.
Lim Solinn, Oxfam’s country director, discussing economic inequality in Cambodia.
The Japanese government provides grant assistance worth nearly $350,000 to support IT education for disabled Cambodians.
The quality of education in Cambodia has continuously evolved through the years. Both public and private institutions offer high-standard education, pushing the youth to learn better and faster.
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Cambodia applauds debt settlement approach with the Czech Republic.
577 volunteers to share their expertise in education, health and rural development.
Japan pledges to provide more than $400,000 in grant assistance to support school building in three provinces.
World Vision and Cambodia launch campaign to eliminate violence against children.
First-year university students around the world who do not have a family history of higher education, or who come from a low-income background, are invited to apply for the Future Global Leaders Fellowship.
More than 100 Interior Ministry officials jump into higher-status salary bands last month after being promoted.