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EDUCATION PROGRAMME BRIEF: Action Research on Mother Tongue-Based Bilingual Education, Creating Learning Opportunities for Ethnic Minority Children

PROGRAMME BRIEF: Action Research on Mother Tongue-Based Bilingual Education, Creating Learning Opportunities for Ethnic Minority Children

Viet Nam is an ethnically diverse society made up of 54 different ethnic groups, many of which have their own distinct language and live in remote and conomically disadvantaged parts of the country. The ethnic minority population totals approximately 11 million; 13 percent of the total population of 85.8 million. The official language of instruction at school is Vietnamese and all children are taught through it. This has created a “language barrier” for many ethnic minority children who have a limited understanding and proficiency in Vietnamese or in some cases do not understand the language at all.

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