According to the Bank’s website, the proposed project is part of Asian Development Bank (ADB) strategically sequenced support to harness the transformational potential of upper secondary education (USE) in Cambodia. The project will build on the first two USE programs by deepening reforms in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and address the increasing demand for high-quality human resources to boost Cambodia's rapidly evolving economy. It will improve upper secondary STEM education by (i) providing high-quality teaching-learning environments in a wide range of upper secondary schools (USSs) nationwide, (ii) increasing the skills of USE STEM teachers and strengthening STEM education delivery, and (iii) strengthening USS leadership and management capacity.
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