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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.

 

Nearly 1 million students show for high school exam

More than 900,000 candidates across the country are taking for the National High School Exam on Monday, taking the literature test in the morning and the math test in the afternoon.

   

Plan to put cameras in kindergartens faces opposition

Many provinces and cities in the country plan to install cameras in kindergartens, but educators and lawyers say that the system cannot fully resolve the problems of bullying and physical ab [ … ]

   

High schools take advantage of application season

In just two weeks, 9th grade students all over the country will take part in the high school entrance exam, which is considered by many to be as important as the university entrance exam.

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$33 million educational scheme withdrawn

The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), on Tuesday, scrapped a scheme to renew the national high school examination from 2018 to 2020.

   

Climate change affects farmers in northeast

Climate change is damaging production and livestock in the country’s northeast provinces, raising the risks that the poverty rate there could increase in the next few years, according to a n [ … ]

   

New curriculum puts pressure on teachers

One of the goals of the new general education programme issued by the Ministry of Education and Training is to reduce pressure on students and give them more practical experience. But after [ … ]

   

Kindergarten opens for ethnic kids

The central provincial Women’s Union, in co-operation with PeaceTrees Việt Nam (PTVN), has put into operation a kindergarten in Tà Lênh village of Đăkrông district – the 12th of its kind – w [ … ]

   

Vietnam universities use software to uncover plagiarism

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To deal with the increasingly serious problem of plagiarism, several top-tier universities in Vietnam have begun to use software to discover plagiarized work. 

   

Who should take responsibility for forest devastation in Central Highlands?

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Illegal loggers in the Central Highlands will go to trial soon, but there is still no information about the responsibilities of local authorities, agencies and forest owners. 

   

Parents send children to pre-school classes

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Many parents in big cities are rushing to send their children to nurseries opened by private schools, aiming to help them prepare for first grade. 

   

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