MONASTIC EDUCATION IN MYANMAR
In the article, "Inspired by Christians, Myanmar Buddhists provide model education," from DPA International:
"Chloe Smith, project coordinator at the non-profit New Education Highway, said the abbot can inspire other Myanmar schools to improve their teaching and organizational style.
"Paung Daw Oo is a very famous monastic school which seems to strive towards a more engaging education model," said Smith, who also trains teachers at monastic schools.
"Monastic education plays a very big role in Myanmar society, because government schools are overcrowded and parents must pay for their children to attend, which they don't always have enough money for."
Moreover, the current system is deficient because it focuses on rote learning for exams, rather than having children engage with and process the information they are given, she said."
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