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General Education for Children in Cambodia



Education is a fundamental human right and vital to achieving economic growth, increasing income, and sustaining a healthy society. It is important in helping to improve lives, break the cycle of poverty and ensures that all people. So education is essential for everyone. It is the level of education that helps people earn respect and recognition. In my opinion, it is indispensable part of life both personally and socially. However, the unequal standard of education is still a major problem that needs to be solved in Cambodia.

Firstly, the importance of education is undeniable for every single person. It goes without saying that education has a positivism effect on human life. All people need to study. Only with the advent of education can people gain knowledge and enlarge their view over the world. For example, education for children is very important to build the whole world from darkness. Apparently, people may become more useful and civil if better educated. In areas where residents are not able to receive an appropriate education, life cannot be as thriving and property as locations where there is a high standard for education.

Secondly, education plays such a rudimentary role on our society that we cannot even imagine a life without it. It is a determined element for the civilization of human society. Not only does it helps us develop healthy surroundings but it also generates an advance community. As a matter of fact, everything we create today is based on the knowledge that we obtain throughout our life by way of education. The more developed life becomes, the more necessary education is for everyone. Although education has a significant influence on life, the average education is not the same in different areas. As a result, strategies are being made to resolve the problems. Without education, life would be harmful and detrimental. Consequently, to this day, we are trying our best to make education global and accessible for everyone particularly the poor and the disabled. There are still some places where the inhabitants are almost completely uneducated, causing a serious lack of knowledge. Moreover, every child should be given equal opportunities to learn and study. Because the development of a country depends vastly on the standard of education, it must do everything in its power to improve it. Even though the educational systems of different countries are not similar, but they have to share a common goal which is to provide its citizens a suitable and proper learning.

In conclusion, education is absolutely beneficial for society on the whole. It is a life-long process to each person that needs to be reinforced throughout life. However, we need education system that may eradicate illiteracy and may provide the common man an access not only to basic education but also to higher and technical education.

Any advices are appreciated. Thank you in advance!



  1. Eddie says:

    What was education like in your home community? How is the system different between the rural and urban areas in Cambodia?

    Keep up the good work with blogging!

    Liked by 1 person

    • meylegnung says:

      Hello, how are you? Sorry, I was not with my blog for long time that is why I have not replied to you yet. Today I am here to answer your questions. Education in my home community is different from one place to another place depending on where people live. The rural and urban ares in my country are not to different from each other about the system, but people who live in urban ares have better education than rural. Please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you.


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