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Private educational institutions meet to review issues and request solutions to the education sector affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

Private educational institutions meet to review issues and request solutions to the education sector affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

Phnom Penh (MGO) - The education sector, which is the backbone of human resource development to build a society, has been affected by the Covid-19 outbreak for more than a year. The leaders of private educational institutions will meet on video on the afternoon of June 15, 2021 to highlight the issues that they are facing , as well as to propose solutions from the Royal Government.

 

According to Heng Vanda, Director of the Vanda Institute and Chairman of the Board of the Cambodian Higher Education Association, the meeting was held to discuss and gather opinions or challenges and suggestions during the  outbreak of Covidi-19 from the leaders of educational institutions to seek clarification and resolution in the Government Partnership Meeting.

 

Heng Vanda, added so far, despite the efforts of private educational institutions to adapt to the new path through distance education, the sector is still facing serious problems and difficulties in moving forward. Mr. Heng Vanda asked the leaders of educational institutions who attended today's meeting to raise the issues they have encountered so that the meeting could be used as an input to the Royal Government in finding a solution.

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