In 2018, a landmark report on teaching quality in Cambodia was published. This report was commissioned by NEP and written by our co-founders Edward Shuttleworth and Kate Shuttleworth. An Assessment of Early Grade Teaching Quality in Cambodia

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CONVERSATIONS ABOUT THE IMPACT OF INEQUALITY ON EDUCATION: Spotlight on Cambodia In cooperation with Dublin City University, CambodiaIreland Changemaker Network and SeeBeyondBorders July 2021

Dr. Leo Casey
Director of Centre for Research and Innovation in Learning and Teaching National College of Ireland

Dr. Leo Casey describes the ‘perfect storm’ facing the Cambodian education system and the importance of supporting teachers.

Dr. Bo Chankoulika
Director of Department of Policy Ministry of Education Youth and Sport Cambodian Ministry

Dr. Bo Chankoulika discusses the research from the Department of Policy in the time of COVID-19 and the impacts on education in Cambodia.

Pheung Pov
Country Manager SeeBeyondBorders Cambodia

Pheung Pov shares his experience of growing up in the Cambodian education system and details the many challenges children, families and communities throughout Cambodia face.

Prof. Mathias Urban
Desmond Chair of Early Childhood Education Director of Early Childhood Research Centre (ECRC) Dublin City University

Prof. Mathias Urban outlines how education can tackle inequality and the importance of connections to the early childhood systems and policies between practices that are developed locally within families, communities and children.

Colm Byrne
CEO SeeBeyondBorders Ireland

Colm discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the Cambodian economy and education and our response.

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