The Dilemmas of Education in Ceylon

  title={The Dilemmas of Education in Ceylon},
  author={Bryce. Ryan},
  journal={Comparative Education Review},
  pages={84 - 92}
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  • Published 1 October 1960
  • History
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school they become focused on the question of the language through which instruction will take place. This language issue is tied up with ethnic group rivalry, antiwestern feeling, and Buddhist revivalism. Inequality in educational opportunity has played an important part in stimulating each of these underlying forces. The island of Ceylon was colonized 2500 years ago by North Indian invaders. This Aryan-speaking people established the early Anuradhapura civilization based on irrigated rice… 
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