News Articles

  • Cambodia’s Education System: The Keys to the Kingdom

    This article by Paul Millar published in late May by the website Globe: Lines of Thought Across Southeast Asia highlights many of CFC’s cornerstone programs and goals – teacher quality and training, STEM, focus on early childhood education the early grades, attention to lower secondary enrollment rates, development of school leadership, and more. This is

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  • Cultivating the Reading Habit in Cambodia

    This timely article from Asia Times (“Cultivating the reading habit in Cambodia” – May 31, 2019) coincides with national reading day programs that will take place at CFC primary schools on Thursday, June 13th. CFC’s focus on literacy begins with our Early Childhood Education program and extends through students’ high school years. Our nine school

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  • Accreditation is a big deal for charities and donors

    A new year is coming, and for some of you, that might mean looking for a new cause to support. We welcome your support, but we also know how difficult it can be to determine which charities are worthwhile and reliable. CFC is proud to have received recognition and a badge of trust from Give.org,

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  • The Lingering Effects of the Cambodian Genocide on Education

    An article written by Tyler Headley for the online publication, The Diplomat, illustrates the challenges that have been overcome in rebuilding Cambodia’s education after the Khmer Rouge genocide that virtually extinguished an entire generation of educators.  Click here to read the full article, “The Lingering Effects of the Cambodian Genocide on Education”. CFC is proud

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  • Why our Gender Equity program addresses both girls and boys

    An article written Nathan A. Thompson underscores why CFC’s Gender Equity program addresses the needs of both female and male students. Click here for full article: “As Cambodia Educates More Girls, Boys Fall Through the Cracks”. CFC’s mission is to provide quality, inclusive education and a supportive learning environment for all students. Working together, teachers,

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