A central feature of the contemporary education system in Cambodia is the perceived necessity of extra classes in order for students to pass monthly, semester, and national examinations. Although this perception is not always correct because sometimes more students pass exams than take extra lessons, it does nevertheless highlight the issue of educational corruption in and through a system of shadow education.
|Title of host publication||The Political Economy of Schooling in Cambodia|
|Subtitle of host publication||Issues of Quality and Equity|
|Editors||Yuko Kitamura, D. Brent Edwards, Chhinh Sitha, James H. Williams|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Name||International and Development Education|