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No more school on Saturdays: parents big yay, schools refuse

A recent proposal to stop schooling on Saturday received applause from parents and students, but was frowned upon by schools over fears of breaking curriculum guidelines.

 

Quảng Bình seeks governmental agreement for dumping waste into the ocean

The Quảng Trạch thermoelectricity plant, a project of Electricity of Việt Nam (EVN) in the central province of Quảng Bình, is seeking final agreement from governmental agencies to dump 2.5 m [ … ]

   

Universities lower test scores

Many universities have lowered their admission scores for the upcoming academic year, citing lower scores on the national high school graduation examinations this year compared to last year. [ … ]

   

Đồng Nai fines illegal waste disposal

 Đồng Nai People’s Committee has fined the subsidiary of a Malaysian company VNĐ9.7 billion (US$415,232) for illegally burying waste.

   

Student enrollment boom puts pressure on HCM City system

A significant increase in the number of students for the 2018-2019 academic year in HCM City is putting pressure on schools that lack a sufficient number of teachers and facilities, accordin [ … ]

   

Air quality safe at Yazaki: test results

The air quality measured at the warehouse of Japanese-invested Yazaki Co, Ltd in northern Quảng Ninh Province, where nearly 100 workers became disoriented and lost consciousness last Friday, [ … ]

   

High school graduation rate at over 97 percent nationwide

Over 97 per cent of students sitting the national high school examination in late June were eligible for graduation, the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) announced yesterday.

   

Students flunk history in national high school exam

Nearly 78 per cent of students scored below 5/10 in history during the recent 2018 national high school graduation exams, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.

   

HCM City will not raise school tuition this year

 The HCM City Department of Education and Training has decided not to raise tuition at schools in all of the city’s 24 districts this year.

   

Public schools are not the only choice

The results of the public high school entrance exams in Hà Nội and HCM City have been announced, giving great joy to those students who passed and their families.

   

Hà Nội increases tuition fees at public schools

The Hà Nội People’s Council on Thursday approved a resolution to raise tuition fees at public schools for the 2018-19 academic year.

   

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