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Efforts to recruit rural teachers unrewarded

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training said it is offering incentives to teachers who offer to work in remote areas, but they’ve got no recruits.



Universities will collect highest tuitions allowed

Many universities will begin collecting tuitions at the highest possible levels stipulated in Decree 49 for the next academic year.



Japanese bank grants scholarships to Vietnamese students

Total of 38 students from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have won the SMBC Global Foundation scholarships funded by Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), a leading commercial bank in Japan and wor [ … ]


Graduation rate at high schools tops 80% target

Nearly 83 per cent of people between the age of 18 and 21 in HCM City completed the 12th grade last year, which exceeded the target set by the city’s People’s Committee by 8 per cent, according to the [ … ]


A school well done

VVAF (Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation), Boeing, and the local community in Hai Hau, Nam Dinh Province, teamed together to erect a brand new 10 classroom building at Hai Hung Primary School.

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Family incomes rule for fixing school fees

School fees and other study costs will be set at no more than 5 per cent of average household incomes in the capital city of Ha Noi, under a draft plan by the city’s Department of Education and Traini [ … ]


HCM City wants to open more public pre-schools

More than 50,000 children in HCM City are attending family-operated nurseries that employ unqualified teachers and do not meet safety standards.




Vocational schools suffer from lack of teachers

Vocational schools in Mekong Delta are seriously lacking lecturers. Meanwhile, existing lecturers have been overloaded with extra teaching hours.




High school students confused by multiple reference texts

The reference book market has become chaotic with too many types of reference works, including those of low quality, which only make students more confused

Underpaid instructors advise students against teaching careers

Very few high school students have registered to take university entrance exams to pedagogical schools, raising concerns that Vietnam may lack teachers in the future.

Inspection team reports troubled universities

Priority should be given to the establishment of private universities that have intensive investment or operate on a non-profit basis, while poor-quality ones should be shut down, an education supervi [ … ]


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