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Nguyen Quoc Binh, former Principal of Hanoi-based Viet Duc High School, speaks on the positive side of teaching school pupils the Korean and German languages
Looking at a corner of the school, Hoang Thi Duyet, principal of Hien Ninh Primary School feels happy that the lawns and flowers in the school yard have bloomed again after the historic floods that lashed the region two months ago.
Kind-hearted teachers have to cross dangerous roads, battle severe weather and cope with poor living conditions with no electricity or water in a remote part of central Thanh Hoa Province.
Every day, pre-school teacher Le Thi Loan, gets up early, cleans her classroom and arranges the tables and chairs. She then tends to the flowers in the garden and welcomes the students.
Over the past five years, sport competitions for students in HCM City have increased significantly but the conditions of sport facilities at schools have not met demand.
Students in the central city of Da Nang has returned to school as the Covid-19 outbreak has been brought under control.
The Hanoi Department of Education and Training has required local schools to hold short and solemn opening ceremonies for the new school year to both create a jubilant atmosphere for students and ensure observance of epidemic control measures.
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The Bun Nua district High School, built from non-refundable aid provided by the Vietnamese Government, was inaugurated and handed over to Phongsaly District, Laos,
Some people have questioned whether primary students should wear face masks and face shields all day long at school.
Fifty one private kindergartens in HCM City have closed down, unable to afford rents and salaries to regular teachers amid the COVID-19 shutdown, the city Department of Education and Training reported.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has set higher standards for schools to ensure they meet the requirements of COVID-19 prevention.
Many provincial universities and colleges are planning to merge with large universities to improve their enrolment rates and quality standards.
The Hanoi Department of Education and Training has issued guidelines for schools and vocational education centres to extend online and television-based teaching amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hanoi People’s Committee has agreed with the municipal Department of Planning and Investment’s proposal to pilot an electric bike sharing system in Hoan Kiem district.
It's unprecedented, but now students all over Viet Nam have had their Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday extended to more than a month.
The move means schools, universities and colleges in the country's two biggest cities will have been shut for a full three weeks after the end of the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.
As of 11.20 on February 14, 30 cities and provinces have reported to the Ministry of Education and Training on their decision to allow students back to school from February 17, after a two-week break due to Covid-19 outbreak.
Schools in HCM City are making preparations to welcome students back after two weeks off due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).