The Ministry of Education and Training has asked the Ho Chi Minh City administration to direct competent authorities to deal with a violence incident among students at a local international school.
More and more cases of students fighting each other have been reported recently.
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.
When reading the news about a 10th grader in An Giang province who tried to commit suicide, Anh Hong in Hanoi shivered with fear.
Schools have been trying to prevent students from using foul language, and have even released regulations, but with little success.
Many students have complained on social networks that they have been punished by parents for unsatisfactory learning records in the first semester of the academic year.
The deputy headmaster of a nursery school in the southern province of Binh Duong has been suspended following the case in which a little child was trampled on by their classmates.
Education experts believe that cameras alone will not help prevent school violence. To do so, it is necessary to apply many measures at the same time.
While parents insist on installing cameras in classes to prevent school abuse, teachers argue that this will violate children’s rights and teachers’ privacy.
Psychologists point out that obedience teaching will put students at a disadvantage in school abuse cases.
The Ministry of Education and Training’s regulation aims to help teachers and students use social media in a healthy, responsible and effective way,
Education Ministry creates controversial rule prohibiting teachers, students from defaming education system
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has set a regulation which would prohibit teachers and students from disseminating, propagating, making comments and showing the images that may adversely affect the education environment.
Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha has decided that headmasters of schools must be responsible for any school violence cases taking place in their schools.
Sunday might be a day off for most kids, but one classroom in Nguyen Hue Secondary School in the central city of Da Nang is full of students on the day of rest every week.