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PHNOM PENH – About 30 international students guardians represent hundreds of thousands from more than a dozen school branches 10 in Phnom Penh have filed a letter asking the superintendent to discount 50% on online tutoring as the economy worsens. Down because Kovid-19 was on the offensive.
The request, with representatives of about 30 students, gathered to send a letter to the Director General of Sasha at Kandal Branch Located at Damnak Village, Sangkat Phnom Penh Thmey, Khan Sen Sok, Phnom Penh, at 2:30 pm on 8 June, 2020 .
According to the guardian, a student, who asked not to be named, was in dire straits because of the impact of Kovi. D-19 Parents are struggling with family economic crisis due to temporary suspension, additional purchase costs such as: Computers, Smartphones, Monthly Internet Costs, Double Costs for Your Wife's Online Study The kids will pay someone to sit and watch the little ones learn.
According to the Guardian, due to this difficult situation, a number of international schools have agreed to a proposal. Ask for a discount. According to the information, upon request of the guardian, the student also made the following application: 1. Level N. Grade 12 Request 50% drop in tuition from April 2020 until the condition of the disease-control can be controlled and the government announces its opening Classes as usual.
Because the number of hours is also reduced (kindergarten in the middle of the semester only) I also do not study all the time as in school). 2. Administrative fees to be postponed for the new academic year 2020-2021 until the state of Kovi-19 can be managed and the government announced Reopen class as usual. And 3. For the 2020 2021 tuition fees, 50% discount will be applied without the number of students until mid-August 2020.
On the afternoon of June 08, 2020, the student guardian also submitted a request to meet with the superintendent of Western International School and the Superintendent The proposal was also received pending a meeting with school leaders to discuss the solution. At the request, the school also asked the parents not to inform the media. . However, Koh Santepheap has not received any clarification from Western International University. By: Meng Thea