Cambodia as a non-permanent member of the UN Economic and Social Council.
A new agreement targets nine provinces to develop quality primary education.
For the 22-year-old Sievlan Len, stepping out of the comforts of Siem Reap four years ago was one of the best decisions she has ever made.
The Education Ministry orders to stop using unexploded bombs as school bells.
Many of us have an innate passion for helping. But only a few would be willing to take steps forward and extend actual assistance. Ouk Vanday is but one of these few.
Education Ministry accepts a multimillion dollar grant from the Global Partnership.
Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) Group has provided private education and lifelong learning in Singapore for more than 50 years now.
Environment Ministry asks Education Ministry to integrate more environmental awareness subjects into school curriculums.
The government has chosen June 15 as the date for an annual National Day of Technical and Vocational Education.
The European Union hosted a two-day conference on EU Support to Higher Education in Asean Regional programme [EU-SHARE] on Wednesday and Thursday.
Over the past few years, we have seen a steady increase in the number of national and international music and art schools. In particular, music education in Cambodia is becoming more popular.
As International Children’s Day draws near, Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on ministries to prevent violations of children’s rights.
Colombia is set to become the 37th member of the OECD.
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The Mengly J. Quach Education (MJQE) has always believed that its institutions are interconnected with the community.
More than a third of girls in South Asia miss school during their periods, often because they lack access to toilets or pads, and receive no education about menstruation before reaching puberty.
Japan to contribute about $3 million in aid to improve Cambodia’s education system.
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National Assembly secretary-general Leng Peng Long calls for a push to study the French language, after overtaken by English.
It could have been a free, fun-filled Saturday afternoon for the high school students in Phnom Penh.
Traffic accidents involving garment workers have declined, report says.
Official says some schools in Banteay Meanchey have been affected by floods.
The World Bank to provide $90 million in financing to help improve higher education.
Along with all other sectors in the Cambodian society, education has seen a tremendous change – from few printed reading materials to blackboards to outdoor classes to PowerPoint presentations and to online examinations.
Young people who are about to enter the most challenging and life-changing phase of their academic life – tertiary education – and those who have just graduated from the university are often bombarded with so many questions.
Born in 1937, Adeline Yen Mah is the youngest child in her family. She was fortunate to be born in one of the most affluent families during the time when China’s cultural and political upheaval was evident.
PM announces his vision of opening a state university in every province.
The Asian Development Bank has committed over $2.8 billion in lending to Cambodia.
PM announces that about 200 public buses will be provided for people to use for free during Pchum Ben in October.
A solution is needed for a secondary school that only has one Grade 7 student.