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TVK2 to continue providing special education support beyond COVID-19 pandemic


The newly launched TVK2, currently oriented at distance learning, will continue its role to provide special education support even after COVID-19 pandemic.

This was highlighted by Information Minister Khieu Kanharith in an interview with TVK.

He explained that the new state-run television channel will then only cover grades 11 and 12 for now in order to get students ready for their national high school exam.

The televised distance learning, he continued, aims at giving opportunity to students at far-flung Cambodia without access of internet connection to study online.

In addition to e-learning as the main programme, TVK2 will also include useful sessions on hygiene, housework, legislation and beyond.

National Television of Kampuchea, better known as TVK, of the Ministry of Information in cooperation with the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports on April 20 launched its second channel, TVK2, focusing on providing distance and e-learning programmes to students whose schools are temporally locked due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Phal Sophanith/AKP

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