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MOEYS Cambodia and SEAMEO collaborate for ASEAN student excellence

   Posted on 05.03.2024 by Content Admin, Khmer Times


Nhean Chamrong | Khmer Times

CAMBODIA. Khmer Times (23 February 2024) - The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) in collaboration with the Secretariat of the ASEAN Ministerial Council on Education (SEAMEO), convened all the ASEAN member countries to take part in the 14th Regional Steering Committee Meeting for the improvement of students’ academic performance in the region.

Presiding over the meeting on Wednesday on ‘Southeast Asia Primary Learning Metrics (SEA-PLM), Hangchuon Naron, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of MoEYS thanked for the support from all stakeholders, especially the SEAMEO Secretariat for selecting the Kingdom to host this 14th meeting.

Naron said, “To improve the student’s academic performance, MoEYS has been implementing the school-based management, the new generation school and the model school standard programmes which focuses on five objectives such as student outcomes, teaching and learning standards, community involvement, school operations and administration and accountability.”

He emphasised that Cambodia is ready to participate in the implementation of the second phase of regional assessment in 2024 of the SEA-PLM through the participation in boosting the building capacity of the national technical team led by the Department of Education Quality Assurance, which was successfully tested last year.

The meeting on Wednesday was attended by government leaders from MoEYS along with representatives from Laos, Vietnam, Timor-Leste, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand the Philippines and honorary members from Brunei.

The meeting saw attended by representatives from UNICEF headquarters, UNICEF EPRO, UNICEF Cambodia, KICE, KEDI, ACER, ASEAN-ROK Cooperation Fund, British Council, De La Salle University, World Bank and Mission of Korea to ASEAN, a total of 65 attendees held in Siem Reap.

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