“Learn the lessons that are being shown from this virus.”

― Dr. Michael J. Ryan, WHO

They face with limited time and online learning-tool knowledge, some parents are concerned

PHNOM PENH--As classrooms across the country have now moved online due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), some Cambodian parents see as positivity that they are able to monitor their children and better understand their attitudes, aptitudes and knowledge. But others feel they can’t devote the time and don’t have enough distance-learning knowledge to help them succeed in class.

Heng Sokny, who works at the FM 102 radio station, usually spends her lunchtime and after-work time with her children—one is in kindergarten and the other in grade one—to help them prepare electronic devices so they can study online.