In Cambodia, the journey towards truly inclusive education is gaining momentum, addressing the diverse needs of all learners, especially those with special educational needs. Inclusive education is not merely a trend but a necessity, ensuring that every child, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, has access to quality education in a supportive environment.

What is Inclusive Education?

Inclusive education refers to the practice of educating all students, including those with disabilities, in regular classrooms with appropriate support services. It involves adapting the curriculum, teaching methods, and environment to meet the needs of all students. This approach not only benefits children with special needs but enriches the learning experience for all by fostering an environment of understanding and diversity.

The Current State of Inclusive Education in Cambodia

While Cambodia has made significant strides in improving its education system, challenges remain in fully implementing inclusive education. Many schools are still in the process of developing the necessary infrastructure, training teachers, and adapting curricula to accommodate all students effectively. However, the commitment to change is evident, and progress is being made through various initiatives and collaborations.

Inclusive Education at OrbRom Center

Are you a parent, teacher, or community member interested in supporting inclusive education? Visit our Services Page to learn more about how you can contribute to making education accessible for every child. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of all learners in Cambodia.

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If you are concerned about your child’s development, contact us for Assessments: Phone/Telegram: 077.455.993 – Telegram Link:

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