In Cambodia Faculty Work Part-Time to Make Ends Meet in a Troubled Higher Education System

by Shane Worrell with additional reporting by Chhay Channyda Corruption, funding shortages and an obsession with profit are plaguing the quality of university education in Cambodia, students say, driving them overseas in search of master’s and Ph.D. programs. If the government hopes to keep its best and brightest at home, it must resolve these issues and […]

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