Education Ministry is asked to recruit more special education teachers.
Representatives of a group of 11 teachers sacked by the Education Ministry testified.
The warm weather in the afternoon of January 22 didn’t hinder students, teachers and sports enthusiasts to show support for the first ever mini futsal tournament of E2STEM Preah
A teacher trained to teach children in their native language, is making a positive impact on keeping indigenous children in school and completing their studies.
A group of teachers file a complaint against the Education Ministry for firing them.
The Ministry of Education allocates its current budget expenditure for 2019.
Students and teachers at the Andaung Po Junior High School in Svay Rieng province’s Romeas Hek district are calling for donations for the construction of three classrooms in order to offset a rise in the number of students studying at the school.
With the support of Manulife, Helmets for Families donated more than 1000 helmets to students, teachers and parents at Hun Sen Krong Primary School in Preah Sihanouk District last November 12, 2018.
At least eight people, including five female teachers and three children, were killed in a truck-car collision in Rajasthan.
City Hall has denied a request made by the Cambodia Independent Teachers Association to rally on World Teacher’s Day.
Following protests, Education Ministry transfers a school director back to his old position.
Hundreds of students and teachers yesterday protested at Preah Sisowath High School in Phnom Penh over the removal of their school director and the implementation of the New Generation School programme, which they claim alienates poor students.
Teachers and students from Preah Sisowath High School took to the streets to manifest their opposition to the transfer of the school’s director.
Court sentences two high school teachers to prison for stealing a bottle of indelible ink.
American Intercon School (AIS) celebrated the End of Year 2017-2018 Ceremony at Institute of Technology of Cambodia last Wednesday.
A Chinese businessman paid a surprise visit to Stung Meanchey Primary School.
Most of the Cambodian students might have heard from their teachers or parents about how discipline was strictly practiced by students during the 1950s, when the country was still a French Protectorate.
Nearly 60 Moung Russei High School teachers, students and staff members in Battambang province’s Moung Russei district yesterday accused their school director of trying to sell school land after he forbid students from entering the area.
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.
Education Ministry discredits “fake” directive employment of 223 students as teachers.
The Education Ministry plans to cooperate with the Ministry of Education of South Korea to help train teachers in Cambodia.
Students return to classes with white ribbons and white roses to honour the dead.
About 40 students continue protest transfer two teachers from Bavel High School.
Nearly 100 students protest the decision of transfer two teachers.
Education Ministry sends a letter to school directors throughout the country in an attempt to instil discipline among teachers.
Japan will spend about $3 million building a new centre for training Cambodian nurses in how to take care of the elderly before being sent to Japan.
A free online course on IELTS preparation, offered by the University of Cambridge.
The Information Ministry bans a song which translates to drunken teacher in English.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announces the government’s plan to extend the retirement age for teachers by five years to 65-years-old.