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Comparing Models of Non-state Ethnic Education in Myanmar: The Mon and Karen National Education Regimes

This article explores two models of non-state education provision in Myanmar (Burma), in order to draw conclusions regarding templates for ethnic education regimes in this fast-changing country. Ethnic Armed Groups in Myanmar have developed education systems in the context of long-running armed conflicts. This paper examines two such regimes. Karen communities struggle with few resources to educate their children. 

Accessible online: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00472336.2013.823534       

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Author
UNESCO
Resource Format
Web Link
Subject(s)/ Learning Area(s)
Local Curriculum, Art, Educational Studies, English, ICT, Life Skills, Mathematics, Morality and Civics, Myanmar, Physical Education, Practicum, Reflective Practice and Essential Skills, Science, Social Studies, Media
Publisher
Marie Lall, Ashley South
Publishing Year/Publishing Month
2014/1
Strand
Unit 2. Ethnic Language and Culture
Sub Strand
2.1. Introduction to learning ethnic language and culture
Lesson
2.1.1. Learning ethnic language and culture
Keywords
Comparing, Models, Non-state, Ethnic, Education, Myanmar:, Karen, National, MTB-MLE
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