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Education in Sri Lanka has a long history that dates back two millennia.The Constitution of Sri Lanka provides free education as a fundamental right.The education in vernacular schools was largely free due to government grants to cover the cost of teaching and local philanthropists providing the buildings, equipment and the books. During the colonial times, late national heroes like Anagarika Dharmapala with foreigners like Colonel Henry Steel Olcott and Madame Blavatsky of the Buddhist Theosophical Society installed Buddhist schools to foster Sinhala students with an English education rich in Buddhist values and to bring Buddhism to life, at a time when it was slowly fading away.In 1938 the education system in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) was made formally free following the granting of universal franchise in 1931. Most of these schools were established in the capitals of the major provinces of Sri Lanka.Since then an education system evolved based around the Buddhist temples and pirivenas (monastic colleges), the latter primarily intended for clergy (even to this day) and higher education.
Sri Lanka also has many Catholic schools such as St.Sri Lanka's modern educational system was brought about by its integration into the British Empire in the 19th century.Education currently falls under the control of both the Central Government and the Provincial Councils, with some responsibilities lying with the Central Government and the Provincial Council having autonomy for others.Education in Sri Lanka has a history of over 2300 years.It is believed that the Sanskrit language was brought to the island from North India as a result of the establishment of the Buddhism in the reign of King Devanampiya Tissa from the Buddhist monks sent by Emperor Asoka of India.
Exceptions to this system exist — mostly when it comes to tertiary with several public universities and institutes coming under the purview of different ministries.