Kids spend summer learning how to read and write before entering first grade

Created 25 May 2017
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Parents are rushing to enroll their children in reading and writing classes to prepare for the new academic year.

Extra classes deprive children of a real summer

Created 23 May 2017
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Immediately after announcing information about summer classes early in May, the 218 Lý Tự Trọng extra education centre in HCM City was packed with hundreds of parents queuing till early in morning to sign their children up.


What is the fate of the $423 million foreign-language teaching program?

Created 19 May 2017
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The VND9.3 trillion national program on teaching foreign languages at general schools by 2020 has spent VND5.4 trillion so far. However, MOET admitted that the goals of the program may be unattainable by 2020.


Vietnam’s first vocational training college applies European standards

Created 19 May 2017
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Dung Quat College of Technology in the central coastal province of Quang Ngai launched high-quality vocational training courses at European standards in 2016 to meet demand in the labour market and for international integration.


Students choose highschool exams for college admissions

Created 26 April 2017
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More than 859,800 candidates completed registration for the national high school examination on April 20, with nearly 75 per cent opting for college admission via high school exam results, according to the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET).


Nearly 860,000 candidates registered for national high school exam

Created 21 April 2017
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Registration for the 2017 high school graduation and college entrance exams has drawn to a close after 20 days, with nearly 860,000 students registered, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) announced on April 20.


Secondary school students under pressure to pass high-school entrance exam

Created 19 April 2017
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Fifty-thousand secondary school graduates in Hanoi and HCMC will not have be able to enroll in state-owned high schools this year, creating intense competition among students for seats at state-owned schools. 


Schools to improve physical education

Created 12 March 2017
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Physical education is considered as important as academic education, but the role of physical education is limited in many schools, showing the need for more investment in infrastructure and manpower in the field.


Party chief sets ‘winning Nobel prize’ goal for Ho Chi Minh City health sector

Created 25 February 2017
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Ho Chi Minh City should strive to win a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Dinh La Thang, secretary of the municipal Party Committee, said on Friday.


Many primary school English teachers in HCM City quit

Created 24 February 2017
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Circular 28 issued by the Ministry of Education and Training is revealing shortcomings as many primary school English teachers in HCM City have left the profession because of low pay.


Vietnamese students graduate in nuclear technology from Russia

Created 23 February 2017
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Twenty eight Vietnamese students have received graduation certificates from Russia’s National Research Nuclear University (MePhI) on completion of a six-year course on nuclear technology.


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