Student demonstrators protesting law passed in September they say will be ineffective in raising education standards, will restrict local autonomy of education institutions and prevents the official recognition of student unions.
Students say a new law won't raise education standards, will restrict local autonomy of education institutions and will prevent the official recognition of student unions.
A demonstrator in front of Yangon University holds a monk's bowl upside down, a symbol of opposition.
About 100 students joined Saturday's march, a day after a rally drew some 350 people.
Students rally on the site of Yangon University student union, which was dynamited by authorities during clashes in 1962.