The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak has preserved and promoted the language and scripts of ethnic minority groups in the province, especially the two ethnic groups of the Ede and M’nong, to implement the policy on the preservation and promotion of traditional culture of ethnic groups. The province coordinated with the College of Social Sciences and Humanities under Vietnam National University, Hanoi; the Vietnam Institute of Linguistics; and the Center for Ethnic Education under the Ministry of Education and Training to research and compile national standard books on the Ede ethnic language for primary education. The Ede ethnic language are also taught for students at the 6th, 7th and 8th grades and cadres from committees and agencies in the province. So far, more than 11,910 students are studying ethnic languages at 87 schools in the provinces. The province conducted surveies, research and compiled sets of books on the M’nong ethnic language, including Vietnamese – Ede and the Ede – Vietnamese dictionaries, Vietnamese – M’nong and M’nong – Vietnamese dictionaries. In addition, the province collected, researched, translated and published books about festivals and literatures of Ede and M’nong ethnic groups in Vietnamese – Ede and Vietnamese – M’nong languages. The Dak Lak provincial Radio and Television Station and Vietnam Radio in the Central Highlands broadcast programmes in Ede and M’nong ethnic languages.