Anger is growing after dozens of university enrollees were expelled in recent days for demanding an increase to Burma’s national education budget, reviving a proud but often fraught tradition of student protest that has in the past both unseated dictators and killed thousands of young dissidents.
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‘Where to from here for Burma’s education reform movement?’
Telenor Myanmar and partner Myanmar Mobile Education Project (MyME) are expanding a joint project, launched in 2014, which provides education to children working in teashops. The project provides six hours[…]
As students continue protests across the country, DVB Debate examines the National Education Law.