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Decades of neglect from the previous military regime, have left Myanmar’s education sector with few resources, inadequate regulation, teachers who are grossly under trained and underpaid, and students poorly qualified to lead the nation.  A key factor to Myanmar’s socio-economic development and drive towards modernization, is an educated and skilled population supported by its government.

Teachers Across Borders, in partnership with the Mon State Ministry of Education and the Myanmar Institute of Politics and Public Policy, will conduct a “Teachers Helping Teachers” workshop in Mawlamyine, Myanmar over a six-day period in summer 2018.
Previously, TAB has run three workshops in Myanmar - in Yangon in 2004 and in Nyaung Shwe in 2013 and 2014.  TAB uses a peer-to-peer workshop model to instruct teacher trainees on strategies to develop their classroom teaching skills.  

*Mawlamyine, Myanmar*
Dates: July 14th - July 19th 2018 

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