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KR history teaching forum organised

KR history teaching forum organised

MORE than 200 highschool teachers from across Cambodia met this past weekend in Preah Vihear province for a three-day workshop on teaching Khmer Rouge-era history. The workshop was organised by the Documentation Centre of Cambodia and the Ministry of Education and included teachers who received training last year on teaching the history of Democratic Kampuchea. This past year, the period was covered in detail on the Kingdom’s national exam for the first time.

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