Education Ministry proposes education sector reforms
5/23/2017 2:17:59 PM (GMT+7)
The Ministry of Education and Training plans to allow schools at all levels to recruit teachers on the basis of their specific requirements, instead of recruiting based on targets set by the education sector.

Overachiever overload
5/23/2017 11:39:18 AM (GMT+7)
When most Vietnamese high schoolers apply to college, they pick five target schools and hope for the best. This year one enterprising young student has decided to go one-beyond. Actually, he’s decided to go 43-beyond.


 
Extra classes deprive Vietnamese children of a real summer
5/23/2017 11:03:37 AM (GMT+7)
Immediately after announcing information about summer classes early in May, the 218 Ly Tu Trong extra education centre in HCM City was packed with hundreds of parents queuing till early in morning to sign their children up.

Vocational schools face shortage of secondary school graduates
5/23/2017 9:45:18 AM (GMT+7)
 HCM City aims to increase the proportion of secondary school graduates enrolled at vocational training schools to 30 percent by 2020, but the schools are struggling to maintain enrollments.


 
Education a key facet of Vietnam-Australia relations
5/22/2017 5:12:16 PM (GMT+7)
Australian Ambassador to Vietnam, H.E. Craig Chittick, speaks about the growth of cooperation between Vietnam and Australia in the field of education.

Ministry urges for more autonomy for schools
5/22/2017 4:58:15 PM (GMT+7)
 Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha has said the government will continue giving subsidies to the nurseries and schools to keep tuition affordable.


 
Vietnam’s education has changed, but progress remains slow
5/22/2017 12:03:53 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has kicked off plans to reform the national educational system, but considerable progress has not been made.

Vocational schools face shortage of secondary school graduates
5/22/2017 3:12:05 PM (GMT+7)
HCM City aims to increase the proportion of secondary school graduates enrolled at vocational training schools to 30 per cent by 2020, but the schools are struggling to maintain enrollments.


 
Vietnamese students win top honours at US science fair
5/22/2017 10:35:53 AM (GMT+7)
 Four Vietnamese students have received top awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the world’s largest international pre-college science competition.

Worries raised about fate of $80 million education project
5/22/2017 12:03:32 AM (GMT+7)
Will the $80 million project on reforming general education be successful, or will it fail like other multi-trillion projects, including the classification of majors, VNEN and national program on foreign language teaching?


 
Homeschooling – a rising trend in Vietnam
5/21/2017 9:57:42 PM (GMT+7)
 While homeschooling is somewhat common in developed countries, it remains unfamiliar to Vietnam. It has been imported to Vietnam by parents who have worked and lived abroad and has become more popular. 

What is the fate of the $423 million foreign-language teaching program?
5/19/2017 8:06:00 AM (GMT+7)
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.


 

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