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“The school support committee is really beneficial for our school. We couldn’t do without them.
The teachers and director can’t monitor the whole village; we need the committee’s assistance.”
Education isn’t just about schoolbooks; building good relationships between the school and the community helps the school to function well. And when schools are effective, students benefit.
Hear what teachers have to say about the impact their school support committee has had on students in their village accessing education.
Watch this video in Khmer >
This work is part of the School Governance project, which is funded by the Capacity Development Partnership Fund. Learn more at http://schoolgovernance.care-cambodia.org/.
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