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In the early years after independence, Burma had an extensive network of missionary schools that employed foreign teachers who can teach English and other subjects. In the 1960s, Ne Win decreed that English was the language of colonizers and should no longer be taught in schools. Foreign teachers were kicked out of the country. International schools are well known for its curriculum, extra curriculum, teaching methods and overall development of child. In developing countries especially in Myanmar concept of International and private education was introduced in around year 2000. International schools can be the perfect solution for an expat student (multinational corporation executives, children of diplomats, NGO staff) in Myanmar. International schools provide similar standards of schooling around the globe, providing for an easy transition between schools whether they are in France or Vietnam. Tuition tends to be expensive based on local standards, but offers high standards of learning, boast smaller class sizes, first-rate facilities, and extracurricular. Boarding facilities are available at some schools, but most only provide day classes. International schools were established mainly in three cities of Myanmar (Yangon, Mandalay, and Naypyitaw) mostly in Yangon and their branches in rest of two cities.
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