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MoET launches inspection on printing and circulation of textbooks

The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has decided to launch inspections into the printing and distribution of textbooks for the 2018-2019 academic year.

   

Many education reform projects fail, so who is to blame?

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The first textbook replacement campaign in 1981-1992 finished just before the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) began implementing a project on compiling new textbooks for the second [ … ]

   

Nature education centre ready to welcome students

GreenViet and the Đà Nẵng–based Centre of Biodiversity Conservation has started construction of the Sơn Trà Nature Education Centre on Sơn Trà peninsula to provide a space for students to ex [ … ]

   

Vietnam has low rate of green certificates for products, buildings

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The percentage of Vietnam’s businesses having ISO 14000 certificates is below the average level and much lower than that in China.  

   

Is there a new battle for textbook market share?

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Vietnam once gave investors the green light to set up a series of universities in an effort to increase the number of students. But now it has to dissolve many of the schools to ensure train [ … ]

   

Landslides may hit northern mountainous region

The National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting said on Wednesday that there was high risk of landslide in northern provinces including Thái Nguyên, Tuyên Quang and Hòa Bình.

   

Huế national park releases rare animals into the wild

Bạch Mã National Park in the central province of Thừa Thiên-Huế has released five mammals and two reptiles back into the wild after rescuing and rehabilitating them.

   

Titanium mining in Binh Thuan affecting environment, people’s lives

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 Many people have had to leave their homes for HCMC, wile others have lodged complaints to local authorities and state management agencies as the living environment has been destroyed.& [ … ]

   

Is there a new battle for textbook market share?

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Conversations have heated up on Internet forums about Ho Ngoc Dai, the father of the ‘education technology’ program, who wrote a textbook for first graders. 

   

HCM City proposes ending fees for secondary students

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The Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee has proposed to the Ministry of Finance to end tuition fees for secondary schools.

   

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