This gap extends to the threshold of education. Vutha's wife had a dispute with him: Is it worth sacrificing the child's health to make a daily trip for education? Although his wife respected Vutha's decision in the end, he had to bear the responsibility and distress of the pick-up and drop off alone. Between children's health and financial ability, Vutha developed a creative cocktail commute method: 5 school days a week, 2 days by motorcycle, 2 days by bus, 1 day by car; if the family income is better that month, you can increase it Driving days.
2-08 Photo Credit: Vutha A locomotive with multiple loads is Image Manipulation Service the most common mode of transportation for locals to go to school. The Goods of International Education: Citizenship of the World In October 2019, Vutha transferred her eldest daughter from an international school near her home to the same international school as her sister, located in the city center. Transferring schools is a challenge for both children and parents to readjust. On the one hand, it is more convenient for the two daughters to pick up and drop off together; on the other hand, because the 8-year-old eldest daughter is in the original school, her English ability has not improved, and she is not as good as the 3-year-old sister.
Significant progress has been made in half a year. He said that many international schools in Phnom Penh have international names but not necessarily international linings. In pursuit of a true international education, transfer and transportation are the risks and costs he is willing to pay. Fortunately, the friendly environment of the new school allows children to quickly pass the adjustment period and let parents put down the big stone in their hearts. Not only that, Holiday also made an appointment to play at each other's house with foreign friends in the same class.