By David M. Ayres
This paintings demanding situations the frequent trust that Cambodia's schooling difficulty is a part of the dreadful legacy of the Khmer Rouge holocaust within which millions of scholars, lecturers and intellectuals perished. It attracts on an intensive diversity of resources.
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For these people especially, notions of modernity fostered and promoted by the French came into conﬂict with Khmer traditions, resulting in an irreconcilable fusion of conﬂicting cultural and political ideals that were to endure beyond independence. Colonialism, as we shall see, would serve to spawn the emergence of two distinct and ideologically opposed political cultures in Cambodia. The education system, as events unfolded, was to become one of their key battlegrounds. Enter the French In 1863, after lengthy negotiations, the French concluded a treaty of protection with Cambodia’s King Norodom.
15 The theory viewed education not as a form of consumption but as an investment that would provide the type of labor force necessary for industrial development and economic growth. As with modernization theory, human capital theory provided the builders of the world’s new nation-states, such as Prince Sihanouk, with a justiﬁcation for large public expenditure on education. Education: Looking Back The period surrounding and including the Second World War shaped the postindependence educational landscape in Cambodia.
Quite rightly, Sihanouk feared that the elections would erode the political dominance he had thus far achieved. In order to participate fully in the new political system, he surprised both friends and foes by abdicating the Cambodian throne in favor of his father, Prince Suramarit. ” 6 The prince’s reﬂections provide signiﬁcant insight into two of his central aspirations that, despite the changes and convolutions in his adopted stance on many issues, would remain constant throughout the years when he ruled Cambodia.
Anatomy of a Crisis: Education, Development, and the State in Cambodia, 1953-1998 by David M. Ayres