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Teacher Ngo Van Thieu collects lollipop sticks, old electrical wires, bottle caps, used straws and other discarded materials to make models that demonstrate scientific theories in his physics classes.
High schools are expected to face a shortage of music and art teachers when the new education programme begins in the 2019-21 academic year.
The lack of teachers for students with disabilities in HCM City is posing concerns to educational experts.
With love for teaching and a desire to help others, Ha Thi Hang has helped all ethnic students of a school in the northern mountain province of Hoa Binh’s Mai Chau District escape illiteracy.
Students at Le Ngoc Han and Luong The Vinh primary schools won the top prizes in the annual Robothon Contest 2019 for students at primary schools throughout HCM City held on October 20.
Police in Son La have arrested Tran Xuan Yen, former deputy director of the provincial Department of Education and Training, for his alleged involvement in the manipulation of test scores in the national high school exam last year.
The sixth version of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) Polytechnic Network Meeting began in Da Nang City on October 17, with the participation of 160 delegates from 64 regional educational organisations.
Italy’s Reggio Children on October 16 announced a partnership with Vietnam-based Embassy Education to introduce and implement Reggio Emilia Approach, a world-renowned Italian early-childhood educational approach, in Vietnam.
A variety of solutions to improve recruitment and incentive policies for teachers were proposed by representatives from 24 districts at a recent conference on education universalisation and illiteracy eradication in HCM City.
Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) has been listed among the world's top 400 strongest universities for engineering and technology.
Deputy Minister of Education and Training Le Hai An was found dead after falling from the eighth floor of the ministry’s building this morning, October 17.
They all shared two things in common: they suffered from a disability and were members of a free class taught by Le Thi Hoa.
Since childhood is often the best time in people’s lives, playing and learning are very important. Choosing a suitable broadcast media programme for children is also important, as the number of entertainment channels is increasing significantly.
Due to their variety of options, parents have not been able to find quality reference books for their children for school use.