Optimism is returning to the education sector after all the despondency enveloping the economy – there are reasons to be upbeat with learners and educators back in school.
The Phnom Penh-based CamEd Business School has become a strong brand name in the financial industry, thanks to its skilled graduates who continue to break barriers and contribute to the growing corporate sector and the Kingdom’s economy.
Schools around the globe are challenged in bringing actual teaching to their students online, and all of this since March and the onslaught of the covid-19 pandemic.
A clear set of desired student outcomes, supported by a robust curriculum and rigorous assessment, is the bedrock of a good education system.
While celebrating this year’s World Teachers’ Day on October 5, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) offered its gratitude and sincere thanks to all teachers in Cambodia and beyond for their efforts in enhancing the quality of education for all students.
Renowned Malaysian educationist and entrepreneur Lim Kok Wing shares his valuable insights on the future challenges facing the education sector in an interview with The Phnom Penh Post.
Singapore (Cambodia) International Academy (SCIA) strives to bring high-quality Singaporean education to the heart of Phnom Penh.
After almost a four-month hiatus, education institutions around the country that closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak are now busy preparing to reopen and awaiting the final nod from the government.
With a gradual reopening of schools having been announced, Oknha Dr Mengly J Quach, the founder, chairman and CEO of MJQ Education, has offered his thanks to the government and Ministry of Education for their handling of the Covid-1
Norton University has developed a creative innovation to ensure its thousands of students can enjoy education with peace of mind when it reopens its doors.