Interior Minister sends a request to PM for the banning of nightclubs near schools.
Interior Minister requests to consider the banning of guns and explosives at schools.
India’s ambassador attends the inauguration of toilet blocks at a Phnom Penh school.
Over half of six-year-old South Australian students fail the early reading check.
The Ministry of Rural Development yesterday praised its work on providing nearly 50,000 communal toilets in rural areas.
Finance Ministry approves a budget for computers and printers in public schools.
A new project supported by Viettel (Cambodia) that will see the construction of computer labs in 20 high schools.
After years of insisting that school fees payments must be done only through bankers’ cheques or direct account deposits, Kenyan learning institutions have finally embraced mobile money.
Officials to visit Thmar Koul schools to educate students on how to avoid fainting.
Battambang provincial education and health department officials will visit schools in Thamor Koul district this week to educate students on how to avoid fainting during class.
Education Ministry to provide a computer set to each public school in the Kingdom.
Because of the success of Think!Think! app in its three-month trial in Cambodia, the Hanamaru Lab has decided to continue introducing and implementing the innovative app to more schools and students around the kingdom.
Microsoft very much focuses on a high level of education. Through cooperation with schools it is possible to help students enhance their performance in the classroom, and subsequently after graduation.
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The 4th Global Alumni Convention (GAC) will attract over 50 schools and universities.
In Japan, a student standing out from the rest of the class is a recipe for trauma, with the child more likely to become a victim of intense bullying by the classmates. DW’s Julian Ryall finds out that bullying cases have now hit a record high.
Events: Victoria University Information Session – University of Cambodia Career Fair 2018 – World Teachers’ Day
Over a thousand students from different schools around the country gathered at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center for the screening of the 12 short films of the in-country Asian International Children’s Film Festival 2018.
Plan International Cambodia’s Girls Lead project is now on the move in several provinces in the kingdom.
Australia’s population hit a record 25 million yesterday, almost a decade earlier than projected, as it attracts hundreds of thousands of migrants each year, latest government data shows.
The Education Ministry plans to eliminate all violence against children in schools.
During a short visit to North Korea, Raquel R. Bacay witnesses how well-developed the capital city of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is.
Telecom Cambodia aims to enhance access to the internet for students across the nation.
The Environment and Education ministries have unveiled the official textbook on climate change for upper secondary schools.
A new agreement targets nine provinces to develop quality primary education.
A popular hill station retreat in northern India is reeling under a water crisis, forcing the state authorities to temporarily shut schools and suspend an officer for negligence.
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PM says that building factories in the provinces was vital for generating jobs and as big of a priority as building more schools.
Education systems, with the right policies and practices in place, can lead to both better skilled and more equitable societies in the East Asia and Pacific region, writes Victoria Kwakwa.
Education Ministry includes a business training programme at 25 high schools across the country to give students soft skills.