Private universities changes radically
4/26/2017 2:48:59 PM (GMT+7)
After 28 years of formation and development, private schools greatly contributed to meeting learning demand of the society.
Students choose highschool exams for college admissions
4/26/2017 10:56:24 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge – 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,
Is the rod needed in modern teaching?
4/24/2017 8:15:00 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - Modern education advises not to use force in teaching students. However, teachers complain that they feel powerless in educating disobedient students without rods.
Education FDI regulations still lagging
4/25/2017 3:13:53 PM (GMT+7)
After years of proposals, foreign investors are still quite concerned about regulations on educational investment, despite the country’s efforts to improve the business climate in the field.
Education reform focuses on core competencies
4/24/2017 10:57:59 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge – The nation’s education system could see a paradigm shift from knowledge acquisition to how students can use knowledge to solve problems.
Love-duet singing in school curriculum proves effective
4/24/2017 9:43:13 AM (GMT+7)
In an attempt to preserve and promote love-duet singing (Quan ho in Vietnamese), UNESCO intangible cultural heritage of humanity, the northern province of BacNinh has devised several measures, including bringing the songs into school curriculums.
Four major problems in educating children in Vietnam
4/23/2017 9:54:00 AM (GMT+7)
A list of four major flaws in Vietnam’s education compiled by Nguyen Tuan Hai, the owner of an education establishment in Hanoi, has been disseminated among the public. Many parents have admitted that they make at least one of the four mistakes.
School kids taught to say ’no’
4/23/2017 12:17:54 AM (GMT+7)
A class called “I Can Say No” at the Nguyen Van Troi Primary School in HCM City’s District 4 is teaching first graders how to handle inappropriate touching by adults and other children.
High school students to compete at Int’l Chemistry Olympiad
4/22/2017 11:52:01 PM (GMT+7)
The Ministry of Education and Training has unveiled that four of the brightest high school students have been chosen to compete at the 49th International Chemistry Olympiad this coming July 6-15 at Mahidol University in Thailand.