Over 91% of students joyfully study at 3,207 schools in Yangon

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Students are seen learning peacefully at the BEHS No 1 Latha Township.

A total of 91.46 per cent of students were joyfully studying in 3,207 basic education schools in Yangon Region yesterday. There are 2,759 basic education schools, 229 monastic schools, and 219 private schools in 44 townships located in the Yangon Region, where a total of 732,034 students are currently studying.
COVID-19 disease prevention and clean-up of school environments are provided to enable students to study comfortably during the school opening season, and the government has distributed free textbooks, stationery, notebooks, and one primary school uniform to each student. The Yangon Region government provided teachers and students with masks.
“When schools open today, teachers are happy to see their students. We are also delighted at seeing the happiness of the teachers. It is gratifying to see the parents of the students at the entrance of the school with happy smiles as they send their children to school,” said U Kyaw Moe Tun, an education officer at the Yangon Region Basic Education Department.
Yesterday, basic education schools were opened in the regions and states at the same time. 800,395 students were enrolled and 91.46 per cent of them attended the schools in Yangon Region. — Aung Myint (IRPD)/GNLM

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