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CHAPTER 5 Lifelong Education
Article 38
Governments, educational institutions, social education institutions and cultural organizations at all levels shall work with public and private organizations, legal persons, and/or groups to provide indigenous people with opportunities for lifelong learning and for cultural activities, in accordance with their specific needs.
Article 39
Local governments may assist indigenous peoples, tribes, non-profit organizations, legal persons, or groups to set up organizations to expand indigenous education, by providing the following for indigenous people:
1. Literacy education;
2. Supplementary and/or advanced education at educational institutions at all levels
3. Ethnic arts and crafts, special skills, and/or vocational training;
4. Family education;
5. Language and culture education;
6. Tribal and community education;
7. Human rights education;
8. Gender equity education;
9. Other lifelong education.
The costs to provide the education referred to in Subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the preceding paragraph shall be fully subsidized by the central government; the costs for the other categories of education listed may be subsidized if it is considered necessary.
Article 40
Governments at all levels shall formulate and implement plans to promote family education based on the specific needs of indigenous families.