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Public schools should start at 7:30 am in HCM City: parents say

Students would get at least 30 minutes of extra sleep and have time to have breakfast at home if the school time is adjusted.

Education draws foreign investment

As of 2019, Vietnam counted five foreign invested universities, 68 private schools and 170 public ones.

HCM City public schools face teacher shortage

Many districts in HCM City continue to face a teacher shortage at public schools, even though the 2019-20 academic year began two months ago.

Hanoi sets to raise tuition fees at public schools

Ha Noi’s People’s Council has approved a resolution to raise tuition fees at some public schools in the academic year 2019-20.

Public schools are not the only choice

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

HCM City needs 3,000 more teachers for new school year

Public schools in HCM City need to hire nearly 3,000 teachers for the upcoming academic year starting next month since the number of students and classrooms are set to increase, 

New urban areas in shortage of schools

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many apartment buildings have shot up in Ha Noi over the past several years, leading to a huge population increase. However, the construction of basic facilities like schools has been ignored or carried out slowly.

Massive snowstorm poised to wallop U.S. East Coast

 A massive winter storm was barreling toward Washington D.C. on Friday, with the system poised to drop near-record snowfall on the U.S. capital before walloping New York and other East Coast cities with blizzard conditions.

Migrant workers struggle to enrol kids in schools

VietNamNet Bridge – For several months, Hong Thuy, a worker with the Euro Window company in Quang Minh industrial zone in Me Linh district of Ha Noi found it hard to find a public pre-school for her two-year-old daughter.

We still have lessons to learn in education

 VietNamNet Bridge – Education in Viet Nam has always been a subject that arouses passionate discussion as it involves small children and almost every family has something to say about it.

Teacher surplus leaves graduates looking for jobs

VietNamNet Bridge – Inexperienced university and college graduates looking to be employed as educators have difficulty finding work because the city already has a sufficient amount of teachers,

Non-state owned high schools in HCM City lack students

 VietNamNet Bridge – About 20 non-state owned high schools in HCM City have fewer than 100 students, according the HCM City Education and Training Department.

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Public schools not open to children of immigrant workers

 VietNamNet Bridge – State owned nursery schools in big cities, which have been overloaded with local children, are not capable to receive immigrant workers’ children.

Urban residents boycott private school fees

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many city dwellers in new urban areas are sending their children to public schools in central Ha Noi, despite crowded classes of up to 50 students.

HCM City seeks funds to splash out on swimming pools in schools

 VietNamNet Bridge – More swimming pools need to be built at local schools, the HCM City Department of Education and Training has said.

Parents to supervise school finances

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hanoi is going to launch a pilot project in which parents will supervise and partly decide what exactly their fees will pay for at public schools.

Public schools forbidden from charging ‘extra' fees

 VietNamNet Bridge – The HCM City Department of Education and Training (DoET) has stated that public schools in the city can not collect any other fees besides ones that are clearly regulated, in a bid to put an end to overcharging.