Setting priorities for education
Since we published our first books in 2006, the Lao economy has grown significantly – but the quality of education has not.
In our early years, Big Brother Mouse donated books to schools. Now, we're asking rural villages to do something new: To contribute some of the cost of a school reading program. This short booklet explains why villagers will benefit if they contribute and get involved in setting their school's education priorities.
by Uncle Sasha
This book was published with support from Peggy Horn of Australia, and the Australian Embassy in Laos. Thank you!
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