Cricket Association of Cambodia will soon be back in schools across Cambodia.
+30,000 students are affected by their schools being taken as quarantine centres.
The campaign aims to encourage Cambodian children to return to classrooms.
All schools across the country opened for students yesterday.
The new school year has started in Cambodia – although it’s about two months late.
PM gives the thumbs-up for the re-opening of private and public schools.
Private schools are now getting ready to open soon.
Parents express support and fear over C-19 transmission as schools reopen.
Get up and about: PM orders reopening of schools and allows activities curbed over ‘November 3 incident’
PM orders the reopening of schools, museums, cinemas and other venues.
In order to promote the quality of public education in the Kingdom.
All schools in Phnom Penh and Kandal ordered closed for two weeks: All museums and entertainment outlets nationwide to be shuttered until further notice
Public and private educational institutions in Phnom Penh capital and Kandal provincial town were ordered shut today.
Education Minister: Any schools that record cases of COVID-19 will be closed down.
Naron: Ministry will spare no effort in maintaining quality and safety in schools.
Education Ministry announces the third phase of school reopenings.
EU contributes about $2.4 million to Cambodia for the safe re-opening of schools.
Education Ministry to begin to deploy School Information Systems in 150 high schools.
Education ministry is ready to ask PM to begin Phase 3 of the schools reopening, as phases one and two are running smoothly.
Schools across Cambodia opened for students today, following the green light from the Ministry of Education.
Education Ministry issues the SOP for the anticipated reopening of select schools.
Education Ministry confirms that schools will no longer require COVID-19 tests.
20 high-safety standard schools are permitted to re-open next month.
Education Ministry to request PM to allow some high-safety standard schools to reopen next month.
Cambodia’s students from rural and remote areas are continuing their education by looking to alternative pedagogy.
Announced last week by the Ministry of Education, the break for schools and other educational institutions has been extended for an indefinite period.
A protest to demand a reduction in tuition fees as in-person classes are suspended.
UNESCO highlights its role in supporting education initiatives in the Kingdom.
Approximately 3,000 schools and provincial education departments are targeted.
Nearly $400,000 in Japanese aid to construct schools and infrastructure in 4 provinces.
Education Minister calls on schools to install proper toilet and handwashing facilities.
Plans to expand the New Generation School programme to all public schools by 2030.