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A teacher in Thanh Hoa was disciplined for drinking beer with students, and a teacher in Binh Thuan fell down the stairs after she was criticized for beating a student. These incidents were among others that caught the public's attention last week.

Online education: golden land for venture investors

Like many other countries in the region, Vietnam is seen as an attractive market for online education startups.

Vietnamese students need a healthy online environment

Nguyen Xuan An Viet, Deputy Director for the Political Education and Pupil and Student Affairs Department, under the Ministry of Education and Training, talks on the need to have  a healthy internet environment for Vietnamese youngsters.

Hanoi proposes validation of online teaching

Online teaching is the initiative of the country’s education sector, not only for responding to learning in pandemic time.

45% of universities provide online teaching in response to COVID-19

45% of the universities in Vietnam have provided online teaching in response to COVID-19, announced the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) at a video conference on April 17.

VN education ministry agrees to cut back teaching programs due to school closure

The Ministry of Education and Training has allowed education departments to cut curricula taught in primary, secondary and high schools due to the prolonged school closure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Shorter summer holiday for schools, more official national holidays proposed

Some educators and experts have suggested shortening the summer holiday and designing more holidays within a year.

Ministry says schools and teachers must agree on online learning fees amid coronavirus

Additional tuition fees for distance education during the coronavirus outbreak must be decided by parents and schools and not exceed total tuition for the academic year announced from the beginning.

E-learning in HCMC developing without synchronous guidance

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.

Vietnamese students still lack soft skills

Employers all say Vietnamese university graduates are weak at soft skills, while schools have been blamed for not equipping their students with these skills.

VN students tune in to televised lessons

Students and their parents have been getting used to televised lessons for 9th and 12th graders since early this week.

 

Hanoi to broadcast lectures on television

The Hanoi Department of Education and Training is planning to broadcast lessons and lectures via television, scheduled to begin airing on March 9.

Online education booms in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - E-learning or online education appeared in Vietnam 10 years ago, but has only been flourishing in the last three years.

Online education market flourishing in VN

 VietNamNet Bridge - In the United States, 96% of large universities have e-learning (online education), while in Vietnam this investment segment is only beginning to heat up.