The COVID-19 pandemic has had many impacts socio-economic life, in which education is one of the most affected industries and the sector has implemented online teaching and learning to adapt to the new situation.
The Ministry of Education and Training said that distance learning through television for first, second and sixth graders will be launched in October.
Kaspersky's latest survey shows that 59% of children in the Asia Pacific region have used their phones to attend online classes.
Education, especially tertiary education, will serve as a foundation for Vietnam to thrive. The reform of education can only be implemented through digital transformation.
More than 200 entries have been sent to Viet Solutions 2020 - a competition seeking digital transformation solutions for Vietnam - with 72 percent coming from overseas, the organising board said on August 26.
The announcement by the HCM City University of Medicine and Pharmacy on raising tuition by five times has stunned the public.
The number of articles published in international publications by Vietnam’s higher education establishments has increased by three times compared with seven years ago.
E-learning models are expected to boom amid the COVID-19 outbreak as the Government searches for new education methods, experts said.
It's unprecedented, but now students all over Viet Nam have had their Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday extended to more than a month.
Being closed for nearly two months due to the unwanted Covid-19 outbreak, schools in HCM City are enthusiastically turning to e-learning styles. However, this unprepared application of the new learning method has revealed various weaknesses.
Ho Chi Minh City’s first smart library, spanning a total area of 1,000 square metres, recently opened to students at Tran Dai Nghia high school in the southern city for the 2019- 2020 academic year.