During the last year, I saw desperate pleas for food all over my social media. This year, I’m seeing parents at home struggling to help their children with homework and often sharing just one old smartphone between them.
The Ministry of Education and National Assembly are cooperating on efforts to boost digital education in the Kingdom.
The poor quality of learning from the online classes has drawn the wrath of students and parents.
Education Minister takes part in a webinar with Global Education Coalition members.
Ministry, in cooperation with partner organisations, is to distribute e-Learning materials worth around $10,000 to remote areas.
The decision comes in a bid to help students struggling with the e-Learning setup.
All students across the country will soon be able to download the e-learning app.
A panel discussion to address E-learning Technology in universities.
PM Hun Sen urges students to persevere with online home studies.
Ministry to broadcast live education programmes on radio for indigenous children.
The Education Ministry starts airing distance learning programmes or e-Learning on the National Television.
Education Ministry urges private academic institutions to promote e-Learning.
Mobile apps for remote business and e-learning tools record their largest spike.
Students based in rural areas have limited resources of learning alternatives.
A MoU with Soongsil Cyber University to establish an e-learning production studio.
A seminar to discuss Cambodia and the global standards in e-learning.
It is true in the context of Cambodia that if you want to pursue quality education, you have to go to class. However, with the globalisation and all the changes happening around, people have gotten busier in jobs, businesses and other activities. So, how can they be successful in both fields?
Education Ministry and Unesco launch the Basic Education Equivalency Programme.
In a bid to increase the number of graduates in the Kingdom, the Education Ministry and Unesco today launched the Basic Education Equivalency Programme at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia in Phnom Penh and three other branches in Siem Reap.
A free e-learning programme to teach the public about environment management.
The government urges parents to use technology, such as e-learning apps for smartphones, to improve children’s reading.