Schools in Cambodia reopened on Monday after a six-month closure due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thailand's Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has decided to renew her educational assistance to two technology institutes in Kampong Thom and Kampong Speu provinces for another five years.
Sor Sonith, a fourth-grade teacher in Bosra commune’s Sreu Kleng primary school, quickly realized that the classes the Education Ministry was broadcasting across state television stations wouldn’t work for her 30 students in Lames village.
Authorities in Cambodia on Tuesday began preparing to get kids back to schools that will reopen next week with limited-capacity classes after staying shut for months as the country has succeeded in keeping the Covid-19 situation under control with a total of 274 cases and no fatality.
Cambodia will reopen kindergartens and some public and private schools on Sept 7 as the nation returns to normalcy following the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Education Ministry will allow grade 9 and 12 students from one public high school in Phnom Penh, and students across four provinces deemed “low-risk” for Covid-19 transmission, to head back to classrooms in just over a week, following six months of shuttered schools.
Cambodia will reopen the academic institutions on Sept 7 after temporary closure since mid-March due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, according to the Education Ministry on Friday.
The Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport recently gave green light to the reopening of kindergartens and primary schools next month, after an over-3-month closure as the COVID-19 situation improves in the country.
Schools across Cambodia will reopen on September 7 after they were temporarily closed in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Education Ministry announced on Thursday.
The Cambodian government had shut down all schools and educational institutions in March, on account of the increasing number of novel coronavirus cases.
The Japanese embassy in Cambodia has confirmed that Cambodians will be denied entry to Japan because direct flights from the Kingdom to that country have been suspended.
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Usually, Kimleng Sang is a photography guide in Angkor Wat in Cambodia. But because of the global pandemic there are no tourists, so he decided to use his free time to teach local children English.
Cambodia’s government has decided against COVID-19 testing for students returning to their studies at 20 schools in the capital Phnom Penh and other areas of the country after parents protested, claiming the tests are unnecessary.
The Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS) has confirmed that several schools will no longer require their staff and students to conduct COVID-19 tests when they are allowed to reopen this month.
In late May, school teachers in Battambang’s Samlout district realized students were struggling to cope with studying at home – either via videos posted on social media or the daily telecasts on state broadcaster TVK.
The government will allow 20 private schools to reopen next month in order to pilot Covid-19 school safety guidelines, according to a letter dated Tuesday from the Council of Ministers.
Cambodia’s Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MEYS) has released a list of schools that will lead the country’s education system reopening, expected to occur some time next month. Schools in Cambodia have been closed since March 16 as part of the country’s successful attempt to prevent community transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
National Cambodian Council for Children (NCCC) secretary-general Nhep Sopheap has expressed concern over child sexual abuse on the internet as children have been studying online.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport has announced that it would request a decision from Prime Minister Hun Sen to allow a small number of schools to reopen next month.