Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: New Minister is Cleaning Up Cambodia’s Education System (VOA)

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Cambodia’s Grade 12 students took their final test in August 2014, only 26% of them passed. Tighter security meant students could not cheat. Students who failed the tests could take the test again. The second time about 18% of the students passed the test. Students taking the test this year know they will have to study hard to do well. Final year student Rattana says he and his classmates know they will not be able to cheat on their exams. In the past, some teachers would sell the exam questions to students. Why was last year different from earlier years? Hang Chuon Naron began serving as Education Minister in 2014. He wants to end corruption in Cambodia’s schools. He thinks that education reform is necessary for Cambodia’s economic development. He says the country needs to give its students better skills. Mr. Naron’s policies include better pay and training for teachers. In May 2015, teachers’ salaries will increase from an average of $137.50 a year to $162.50. The education budget will increase and new training will help educators better teach critical thinking and problem solving skills. Another problem is that the usual primary school class has 46 students to one teacher. This is the highest student-teacher number outside of Africa. The Asian Development Bank is giving $90 million to Cambodia over the next five years. The money will go to help students stay in school, and to improve the quality of education there.

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