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China awards annual scholarships to 185 Cambodian students

The Chinese government on Monday granted scholarships to 185 Cambodian students for pursuing higher education in China for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Stronger STEM strategy needed to be upper-middle income by 2030

Cambodia has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world, maintaining 7.7 per cent average growth over the past 20 years.

Unesco: Teacher education to benefit 130,000 children

Some 130,000 children, particularly the vulnerable, will benefit from the Strengthening Teacher Education Programme in Cambodia (STEPCam), Unesco said on Tuesday.

Ancient Tamil text ‘Tirukkural’ to feature in Cambodian school textbooks

The announcement was made by representatives of the Cambodian government and Pannattu Tamilar Naduvam recently in Chennai.

Free art classes for Siem Reap’s youth with Colors of Cambodia

Som Narath likes to spend his spare time studying art. He dreams of becoming a famous artist one day and is among many children and teenagers who regularly drop by NGO Colors of Cambodia to polish their artistic talents for free.

How a school in Asia is creating future entrepreneurial leaders — by opting out...

The working world is acknowledging the need to step away from the traditional 9-to-5 and embrace change.

Cambodian Deputy PM values Vietnam’s support for education sector

A ceremony to present the Vietnam Government’s gift to Cambodia’s education sector was held in Prey Veng province, 100 km east of Phnom Penh capital city of Cambodia on June 25.

NGO says 60% of three to five-year-olds not schooled

Sixty per cent of Cambodian children aged between three and five are not registered in any kind of formal education, a global Save the Children report released on Wednesday said.

Cambodia’s education system / The keys to the Kingdom

With Cambodia surging ahead towards high middle-income status, ensuring that the next generation has the essential skills it needs to thrive in a high-skilled work environment has never been more important.

China Focus: Ancient Chinese woodcraft master inspires int’l vocational training cooperation 

San Veasna, 23, a teacher from Cambodia Luban Workshop teaching communication engineering, has the Chinese name "Long," which means dragon.

Lowell High School duo named recipients of Tsongas Scholarship

Lowell High School recently awarded two graduating seniors with the Tsongas Scholarship, named for the late Paul Tsongas, who served as a Lowell city councilor and a U.S. senator.

Cambodian teacher filmed taking students’ money disciplined

A Cambodian primary school teacher in capital Phnom Penh has been removed from her job after a video of her illicitly collecting money from students circulated online, an Education Ministry spokesman said on Monday. 

Time to formalize daycare in Cambodia

The Cambodian state has taken responsibility for providing preschool education with a two-to-three-hour session per school day to some children aged between three an six years old, but there is no concrete plan or budget for public daycare.

Education is Government’s Topmost Priority: Cambodian PM Hun Sen

Strengthening the education sector is a top priority for the Cambodian government, says Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Refugee Returns To Nebraska And Shares Her Success Story

Refugees impact Nebraska and the United States in many different ways. One Cambodian refugee has taken a journey that led her to Nebraska and to success nationally in the biotech industry.

Investing in Cambodia’s Adolescent Girls

Cambodia has a very high rate of labor migration to other countries, and a dramatically changing economic landscape.

Minister of Education meets with Microsoft

Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron met with representatives of Microsoft on Wednesday at the National Sport Training Center in Phnom Penh to support the multinational firm’s assistance with the development and expansion of the New Generation Schools (NGS) programme.

Cambodia’s Minister of Education: Students are showing greater STEM interest 

Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron said on Thursday that in the last five years, students have shown increased interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) based curriculums.

Cambodia includes peace as a subject in its school curriculum

Education on peace to be part of the Cambodian school curriculum to effect change at grassroots level.

Higher Student Dropout Rates Along Cambodia’s Border with Thailand

A Cambodian official reported last week that about 23 percent of children in three provinces along the border with Thailand have stopped attending school.

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Long queues at the Thai-Cambodian border checkpoint in Sa Kaew province since August 9 has given rise to angry comments on social-media, with angry travellers putting the delays down to bribe-taking, which has prompted local authorities to look into the problem and seek urgent solutions.