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Universities should not raise tuition fees ‘hastily’: NA official

Students at the HCM City University of Economics pay their tuition   fees for the 2008-2009 academic year. Chairman of the National  Assembly  Committee for Culture, Education, Youth and Children, Dao  Trong Thi,  has advised that universities to take people's living  conditions into  account when they make plans to increase tuition fees.  (Photo: Tuoi  Tre)Universities should consider people's living conditions before they make plans for increasing tuition fees, says Dao Trong Thi, Chairman of the National Assembly's Committee for Culture, Education, Youth and Children.
 

Non-state schools banned from providing law study branches

Tentative regulations that non-state schools are not allowed to teach law, journalism and education have been facing strong opposition from privately founded universities.
   

A virtual physics library now assisting students

A ‘virtual physics library' has been designed by two high school teachers in Danang City to assist students.
   

Ancient institution of learning continues to educate

Jewel in the crown: The gate of the Van Mieu (Temple of   Literature), the foremost historic and cultural relic in the capital   city.Van Mieu (Temple of Literature) can be found in many provinces in Vietnam, like Nghe An and Bac Ninh, but the most prominent of them all is the one located in Hanoi, which was also home to Vietn [ … ]
   

Many nursery schools will open until the day before Tet

Nursery schools are registering to work over Tet holidays to earn more money.
   

New rules upset parents

Parents have disputed new regulations effective since December 12 covering the assessment of primary school students.
   

Eventful Student Festival in HCM City

Students from over 150 high schools in HCM City gathered at the Student Camping Festival at the Thong Nhat Palace on January 9. VNExpress shot the event.

   

38 universities, colleges to admit fewer students

Thirty-eight universities and colleges will have their admission quotas cut for the next school year and have to pay fines for violations committed during this year’s enrollment, the education ministr [ … ]
   

Teachers to receive measly New Year bonuses again

Teacher Duong Tan Phat at the Pho Cuong Primary School in the poor central province of Quang Ngai said he had never received a Tet bonus during his 34 years in the profession.
   

Vietnam targets primary education universalisation in 2015

Vietnam strives to achieve the national goal of primary education universalisation for children in all provinces and cities by 2015.
   

Poor students rush to take much needed holiday jobs

With the year-end approaching spare a thought for hard working students who will have neither the time nor money to visit their families.
   

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