Photograph: Pha Lina / Phnom Penh Post The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Ministry of Education and UNESCO continue to work on the Basic Education Equivalency Program (BEEP) 4 years (2020-2023) with 15 provinces after initial results in 2019 with dropout students More than 2,000 enrollment studies Among female students, nearly 30 percent.
Ros Sovathha, secretary-general and spokesman for the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, said the achievement and the second phase of the work is a positive sign of cooperation. Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport with all parties involved in improving the quality of education.
He said that in 2019, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training and UNESCO jointly implemented BEEP in 13 learning centers in Siem Reap. 6 Phnom Penh Municipality and 6 Provincial Training Centers and 1 Battambang Province Equivalent Education Program.
“By 2020, we will have eight more schools, four ministries of education, youth and sports,” he said. And 4 Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training. From 2020 to 2023, we will expand the BEEP program to several Community Learning Cemter centers in Phnom Penh and 14 provinces (total 15 Capital-Provinces).
He said that the 15 provinces and provinces that will continue to implement the four-year basic education equivalent program include: Phnom Penh 2-Preah Vihear 3-Ratanakiri 4-Mondul Kiri 5-Sihanoukville 6-Svay Rieng 7-Banteay Meanchey 8-Siem Reap 9-Kampong Speu 10-Provinces Kandal 11 – Takeo Province 12 – Southern Province Provincial Provincial _moum 13- 14- and 15-Province.
UNESCO's Education Program Officer Lim Kim Lay said the decision to expand the project was an equivalent for education because of the implementation of the program. One year ago, there was a strong demand from students and young dropouts to apply Successive.
“Students who are out-of-school or drop-out students who have not yet completed basic education 9 They have come to enroll in this program to attend the Technical Vocational-Education and Training (TVET) system. Ministry of Labor or Higher Education at Technical High School The Ministry of Education has these skills, they can attend free of charge.
Mr. Lee Kimlay said that in 2019, more than 2,000 students and youth drop out of the BEEP program.
Ros Sovathhak claimed that BEEP is an online equivalent basic education program. The program provides opportunities for students who have completed sixth grade and continuing education to graduate from high school Level 9 and give them a chance to get into the vocational training system.
Mr. Sovath stated that the program will enable students to learn in a flexible and flexible two-way system. You can study online at home or you can learn when you are free but before the session Each student must meet with the program management team as well as the instructor Institute of Technology, a learning center education programs equivalent basis 1, which opened on 10 February 2019.
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport spokesman Sok Vacheak said the basic education would help youth find better jobs or get jobs. Continuing education to improve work productivity and life skills.
He said the education program will require students to see a mentor twice a month. The program will be divided into six one-month courses, each with a duration of six to eight months.