Two Muslim schools remain closed in Rangoon’s Thaketa Township as authorities say they are investigating the schools’ eligibility to hold prayer services.
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Twenty-five schools have reopened in Pegu Division after severe flooding caused 175 emergency closures since late July, according to the region’s chief educational administrator Saw San Yin. The education department[…]
The Japanese government has announced close to US$900,000 in funding for four schools across three regions in Burma. The grant will benefit almost 5,000 school students across Bhamo and Tenasserim[…]
Education will be free at middle schools across Burma starting from the next school term, says Myo Thein Gyi, director general of the Myanmar Education Research Bureau. Speaking at the[…]
For the first time in more than 40 years, students in Burma will soon be able to learn their ethnic languages in government-run schools
Yin Aung lives in Laiza and likes going to school with his siblings. Recently he hasn’t been able to attend his classes because his school has been forced to close[…]
Nov 20, 2009 (DVB), Private schools and hospitals abolished under the former Ne Win regime in Burma are to reopen in an attempt to generate more revenue in the country[…]
Jun 13, 2008 (DVB), Local military officers in Bogalay township, Irrawaddy division, have been putting pressure on local schools to reopen despite the damage wrought by Cyclone Nargis, a township[…]
Jun 4, 2008 (DVB), As students returned to school following the cyclone that devastated parts of Rangoon and Irrawaddy, parents said they were being asked for school fees despite government[…]
July 10, 2007 (DVB)