Photograph: Pha Lina / Phnom Penh Post The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport will continue to delay schools opening and exams until the end of 2020 to prevent the second wave of progress. Epidemic of HIV / AIDS 19 At present, approximately 50% of the nation's three million students have yet to receive a full education Digital system.

According to Education Minister Hang Chuon Naron at a press conference of the groundbreaking and renovation of the Center for Digital Education and Education Distance education »yesterday at Preah Sisowath High School.

He said that the government's position was to remain vigilant because it did not want the war of Kov 19 to happen again in Cambodia. He said Cambodia had just achieved 20 years of peace. Therefore, in the past 20 years, Cambodia has achieved great things. If there was an outbreak, the Kov 19 would take the country back 10 to 20 years. "Let's see for a moment what the situation is. We have to see what the problem is in the country where the school is located. We are late to school, it's okay, rather than risky. This is the position of the Prime Minister.

According to the Minister of Education, a strategy has been set for the reopening of schools. He said that if the school is reopened, it will start from a higher standard. However, overcrowded schools cannot comply with the Ministry of Health's or WHO's guidelines Turn on.

“From now until the end of 2020, there are about five months left, so if we just wait a bit and go step by step Schools can apply the same standards in their own country. ” He added that once the ministry allows school reopening, it must implement the guidance of the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization This is a necessary condition.

“We will continue to have a mix of teaching, online and in-classroom learning. "When we see that the condition of Ivory goes back to normal, we are teaching more in the classroom."

According to the Minister of Education, all public education schools in the state are 3 million. “Out of these 3 million students, about 1.5 million have access to digital learning services (Online). The other 1.5 million students have to rely on the Ministry of Education's textbooks.

The Ministry of Education, on April 8, 2020, has issued an Directive on Postponing the Higher Secondary Examination and the Higher Secondary Examination High school for the 2019-2020 school year to participate in prevention and control of the spread of the disease.

The ministry advised: “Delay the preparation of the Lower Secondary Diploma Exam which the Ministry is scheduled to take from day (between days) ) August 3 to August 10, 2020 and postpone the preparation of a high school diploma exam Day (between) August 17, 2020 to September 9, 2020.