Category Archives: Health & Education

Zero-tolerance exam policy is right approach

By You Sokunpanha This opinion article was published on the Phnom Penh Post on August 13, 2014. Dear Editor, This year’s grade 12 exams concluded with minimal cheating and corruption, according to preliminary reports. This is in contrast to recent … Continue reading

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Cheating: bad for the students and the nation

By Vong Socheata This opinion article was published on the Phnom Penh Post on August 13, 2014. A Khmer version was published on the Post Khmer on August 11, 2014. Dear Editor, I have been following stories on the yearly 12th-grade … Continue reading

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A Bird’s Eye View on Cambodia: Education Quality and Conflict risks

By Heng Dyna Cambodia should not view the recent exam fiasco as a separate issue from the political uncertainty and risks in the country. They are the two dots Cambodia needs to connect. Education plays very important role in reducing … Continue reading

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Guidance on Thesis Topics, Not Ban, Should Improve Quality

OPINION The Cambodia Daily Despite its good intention to discourage plagiarism, the ban of research topics at the Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) should be much discussed; as it could have many negative consequences; “Law Students Told to … Continue reading

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Case Study on Opportunities and Challenges of Higher Education in Cambodia

By Pou Sovachana “Nations will march towards their greatness in the direction given by its education. Nations will soar if its education soars; will regress if it regresses. Nations will fall and sink in darkness if education is corrupted or … Continue reading

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