The Current State of Cambodia’s STEM Education: A Case Study of the Preah Sisowath New Generation School
Presenting a working paper on “The Current State of Cambodia’s STEM Education: A Case Study of the Preah Sisowath New Generation School” by Future Forum’s young research fellow, BAN Chanphalla:
“As a fast-growing economy with a low-skilled base, increasing Cambodia’s human resources and job availability in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) sectors will be instrumental in promoting long-term, sustainable growth. Given the importance of STEM education in Cambodia where jobs in these sectors have become increasingly available, it is essential to establish an effective STEM model that can address the sectoral skills mismatch.”
To read the full paper, please visit: https://www.futureforum.asia/working-papers/the-current-state-of-cambodia%E2%80%99s-stem-education%3A-a-case-study-of-the-preah-sisowath-new-generation-school?fbclid=IwAR25KUkYLhkJuGV4oPDmlMs9QnKoyd_XeUmPV6H06jNMhp17klJxxkXsZoM
Disclaimer: This working paper has been funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Australian Embassy, Cambodia) through The Asia Foundation’s Ponlok Chomnes: Data and Dialogue for Development in Cambodia program, SIDA (Embassy of Sweden Section Office in Phnom Penh), and Open Society Foundations (OSF).