The four students were detained for staging a protest against what they called “military-style oppression” within Burma’s education system.
“Local residents informed us that stray artillery shells, apparently fired from a position in the cemetery outside of Namya, landed in the school compound, wounding the teacher.”
When disasters destroy schools in Burma and elsewhere in the region, hundreds of thousands of children lose out, according to a new report by Save the Children.
Close to the Burmese-Thai border, young Karenni refugees study desperately to gain acceptance into universities worldwide. But with talks of repatriation echoing through the camps, it’s unsure how long they…
A hearing for education law protestors in Pegu Division is postponed after a defendant coughs up blood and collapses as he is being brought into court.
More than 7,800 school buildings in the country are unsafe or in an unsightly state, Burma’s Deputy Education Minister Thant Shin tells parliament.