Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, sent a message to the people to mark the new academic year of general education programme 2020-2021 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, under the concept “New Life Path in Education”.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport today announced that all public and private education institution all over the countries have to remain closed as more and more of community infections of COVID-19 related to the “November 28 community incident” are being detected.
It’s all systems go for about 25 million students as schools finally open on Monday, October 5, with new learning modules that the Department of Education (DepEd) has created to cope with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
Education Ministry selects Bak Touk High School as the first to re-open September 7.
SCIA Celebrates the Back to School Season, Social Distance Style!
Phnom Penh’s emerging middle class create demand for more school places
The World Food Programme provides breakfast to about 260,000 students.
Gov’t to construct 2 new buildings for students studying outdoors in Preah Vihear.
More than 97% of children in the Kingdom are enrolled in school.
A HUSH falls over the audience, and a girl begins to sing. Sarah Vaughan said: “When I sing, trouble can sit right on my shoulder and I don’t even notice.”
PM Hun Sen asks authorities to check all school buildings to ensure that they are safe as the new school year is approaching.
A modernist school building in Battambang makes it in the 2019 Dezeen Awards.
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For better or worse, many of us will never forget the 12 years spent on the journey of exploring ourselves in high school, which seemed insignificant back then, but so nostalgic today.
Around 40,000 people apply each year for one of roughly 1,000 spots.
Arrange your study schedule as precisely as possible: “Knowing when to study and when to relax. You cannot just mix everything up and expect good results. You should start sketching out a timetable for both school and for self-studying.”
Whereas, in Cambodia most children don’t really risk life and limb going to school, which are mostly very far from home, but the tedium could still be exhausting and dangerous.
Va Sonyka enumerates some of the most useful websites where you can learn various courses at your own pace. And yes, you can access them for free!
The Education Ministry will introduce elements of the Kingdom’s Constitution into the school curriculum syllabus.
There were number of children who received gifts from Lanmei. Sacks of rice, snacks, and school supplies were donated to Afesip Cambodia to support the organization.
Graduating from high school is a tricky stage for every student – you bid farewell to assignments, projects and classmates that have become a part of your life for so many years and then you say hello to another phase of your academic life that will determine your future.
Education Ministry clarifies statistics about children not going to school.
Nearly two-thirds of Cambodian children aged three to five are not in school.
School quality is a major factor for families who are choosing a place to live.
The Education Ministry is working to identify the user behind a fake Facebook post.
But for Chantha Mengchou, if the option to get a good education is not freely given, one should find a way to get it. Just like what she did.
As part of the awareness that WestView Cambodian International School is trying to indicate to the community, the school organized its first STEM Roadshow giving participants especially students and parents knowledge on how science and technology work in our daily lives.
Last week, 250 children at five London primary schools have carried backpacks that monitor air quality for a university-led study tracking pollution levels on their daily journeys.
Visitors had the chance to discover SCIA’s STEM programme and become budding scientists as they journeyed through interactive spaces which showcased the school’s classrooms, science laboratories and student projects at the STEM Discovery Trail on February 23 and 24.
Oark Nay Heang is at a very different place today than when she was growing up. She has just graduated from university and she’s excited about the next chapter of her life.