Students at two law schools in Yangon are providing free legal information and referrals for justice services to community members who need help resolving disputes.
Beijing’s Tsinghua University leads a group of Chinese universities that have climbed the rankings of the world’s finest academic institutions this year.
After 100 coronavirus cases were reported overnight, the government has moved to close government and private schools.
The Trump administration has dropped its bid to deny visas to foreign students whose classes have switched to online-only due to the pandemic.
On this day in 1960, John Sydenham Furnivall, a British educator and literary scholar whose career spanned colonial and independent Myanmar, passed away in England.
One of the oldest structures in Yangon, the Norman Kyaung Kyi Htaik has been a place of learning—first for Christian missionaries and later for Buddhist monks—since 1852.
The Education Ministry is procuring face masks and shields for all students and teachers to curb the spread of COVID-19 as it prepares to reopen schools on July 13.
A doctor has been sentenced to a year and nine months in jail for his Facebook posts criticizing monks who oppose the teaching of sex education in Myanmar schools.
Families driven from their homes by fighting with the Arakan Army will struggle to send their children to schools when COVID-19 restrictions end.
The Education Ministry plans to build temporary classrooms to allow for social distancing at schools ahead of their gradual opening in July.
Occupying its current site since 1886, the Yangon school once known as St. Paul High turned out many of the leading figures of the colonial and post-independence periods.
South Korean high schools have reopened their classrooms to students for the first time this year under strict anti-COVID-19 protocols.
Myanmar plans to reopen schools in July with face shields, masks, temperature checks and a staggered schedule designed to keep teachers and students safe.
On this day in 1965, the socialist government under Gen. Ne Win nationalized nearly 130 schools in Myanmar, sending its once proud education system into a long decline.
Many universities in Myanmar have suspended examinations after the government announced that the country’s first two COVID-19 cases have been confirmed.