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Though the computer, students at Giao Thien Primary School in Giao Thuy District of Nam Dinh Province can study English with foreign teachers and students in many countries around the world.

The teachers who are elected to the National Assembly

The two teachers elected to the National Assembly (NA) said improving education and training quality will be their top priority at the 15th NA tenure. They also have a common interest in teachers’ benefits and students’ study opportunities.

Teacher sacrifices family happiness for ethnic students in border commune

A Thai ethnicity teacher devoted his youth to his students in a remote mountainous commune in Dien Bien Province.

Teachers unhappy with new master's degree regulation

Managerial officers and teachers complain that, under new regulations, it is more difficult to get a promotion, especially the rank of first-class teachers.

Teacher in remote area honored for dedication to improve educational facilities

For the last 26 years working as an upland teacher, Truong Thi Nhuong, a teacher at Tan Thanh Primary and Secondary School in Ha Giang province, spent 23 years working in remote branches.

Selfless teachers dedicate lives to students

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.

Teacher with endless love for children

At the foot of Ra Nhua Mountain in the central province of Quang Ngai’s Son Tay District, there is a school which is as clean, green and beautiful as those in the delta.

 

Teacher spends three decades working in mountainous area

A teacher has spent up to 27 years working at schools in mountainous areas of the northern central province of Thanh Hoa.

Schools ready for new school year in early September

With the new school year set to start on September 5 most schools around the country are fully prepared to welcome students though a few others are worried about a shortage of classrooms.

Private schools in HCMC outweigh public ones in attracting learners, teachers

Despite their high school fee, many private schools in HCM City still become the ideal choice of several parents thanks to their modern educational equipment, high-quality teaching staff, and a suitable learning curriculum.

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Pedagogy school enrollment declines despite lax admission standards

VietNamNet Bridge - Students only need to get a 12.75 score out of 30 on three exam subjects to be eligible to apply for pedagogical schools. 

Education Ministry wants to eliminate civil service policy for teachers

VietNamNet Bridge - Under a plan drawn up by MOET, teachers will no longer be civil servants and will work under labor contracts.

HCM City faces shortage of teachers, classrooms

 VietNamNet Bridge – Public preschools and primary schools in HCM City are struggling to recruit enough teachers to meet enrolment this year, according to the city’s Department of Education and Training.

70,000 teachers to be jobless

VietNamNet Bridge – More than 70,000 teachers are likely to be out of jobs by 2020 since the demand is far short of supply,

History teacher tried to commit suicide at 15th anniversary of school establishment

VietNamNet Bridge - A teacher of history tried to kill himself with a knife at a ceremony held by the Le Quy Don High School to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the school's establishment.

MOET mulls solutions to train pedagogy students

Many graduates of education schools are unemployed, but many schools complain they lack teachers. Some students at these schools give up studying or if they do finish they don't want to work as teachers.

Thousands of teachers in HCM City cannot find jobs

VietNamNet Bridge – Thousands of candidates registered to take the competitive examination to teach at general schools in HCM City in 2014, but the schools recruited only 500 people.

Parents complain about teachers’ poor classroom-management skills

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many teachers in schools around the country are not trained in classroom management skills and handle student behavior in inappropriate ways, parents have complained.

Textbook reform faces challenges

 VietNamNet Bridge – We need to start textbook retraining for teachers now, Vice Chairman of the National Assembly's Committee on Culture, Education, Youth and Children Trinh Ngoc Thach told Tien Phong newspaper.