For decades the books and textbooks essential for a good education have been scarce in Cambodia, and the available materials lacking in many aspects. This is particularly the case when it comes to educational books for children under the
Raffles Montessori International School of Phnom Penh (RMISSP) is focused on English teaching while placing an emphasis on Chinese learning, applying the Montessori Education system.
Harrods International Academy (HIA) is proposing 2 programmes addressing Early Years and Primary Years with three campuses.
Rethy Chhem, a scholar and executive director at the Cambodia Development Resource Institute, believes soft skills and modern innovations are required in Cambodian classrooms to better equip students for the dynamic work environment
To stay competitive in both local and regional labour markets, one requires more than just formal education, according to Boromey Sreang, the co-founder of educational Facebook page WEduShare.
Education has evolved from the purist methods of memorising to the modern approach of fostering creative and intelligent thinkers.
Cambodia’s education system is gearing up to teach children life skills in an effort to combat discrimination.
American Intercon School (AIS) has now been crowned as a leader in education and discipline.
Traditional Cambodian art forms such as classical dance and music have been passed down throughout the generations as a way for children to learn and preserve the meaning of their culture.
When thinking about the Angkor era, it is common for one to conjure up images of towering infrastructure structures, such as the temples of Angkor Wat.
As Cambodian grade 12 students prepare for the national exam after last year’s crackdown on rampant cheating, Post Plus sat down with Education Ministry Spokesman Ros Salin to talk about how the reforms will continue to be carried o