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Most managers believe that VND3.5 billion is a reasonable spending level and PhD students will perform well if they choose suitable schools.

Are Vietnamese ‘greedy for fame’ when registering for many international competitions?

Parents and teachers were surprised at the math questions raised at ASMO (Asian Science and Mathematics Olympiad) 2021 which required second graders to conduct operations with decimals, fractions and fixed numbers.

Vietnamese-made teaching software, tech platforms needed for online study

The problems in online teaching in Vietnam are due mostly to the lack of a locally made technology system specifically designed for teaching online.

‘Sharing with Teachers’ Program still held despite Covid-19 epidemic

After many schedule disturbances, the organizers of ‘Sharing with Teachers’ program 2021 still tried to organize a ceremony to pay gratitude for energetic teachers and those who are teaching in remote and mountainous areas on November 11th.

Vietnamese education ministry, British Columbia seal cooperation deal

A memorandum of understanding on boosting educational cooperation and exchange has been signed between the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training and the Canadian westernmost province of British Columbia.

Breakthrough awaited after Education Minister’s speech

Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Kim Son, when answering inquiries before the National Assembly, said his ministry is promoting an overall strategy on digital transformation in the educational sector.

Textbook controversy discussed at NA, Minister says will increase pressure on appraisal council

Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Kim Son, at a Q&A session on November 11, said the ministry would “accompany” publishers and groups of authors in compiling textbooks.

Ministry report: online teaching, learning is effective

In a report answering National Assembly Deputies’ inquiries, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) affirmed the efficiency of online teaching and learning, and fairness in accessing learning conditions among regions.

Estimated budget for VN education in 2021 around US$13bil

This year the Ministry of Education and Training was allocated with over VND5,430 billion for recurrent spending, over VND850 billion less than 2020.

Thua Thien-Hue: 229 students get Vallet scholarships

As many as 229 outstanding students in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue received Vallet scholarships during a ceremony on October 29.

Localities differ in welcoming students back to class

Some localities that have managed to bring COVID-19 under control have not yet decided when to allow students to return to school, even though the Government asked them to do so this month.

Report to NA shows concern about students’ health when studying online

The use of different teaching modes, including online teaching and teaching via TV, is putting pressure on teachers. Parents also have concerns about teaching quality and their children’s health.

Will online teaching end its mission when schools reopen?

The Government issued Resolution 127 after its September regular meeting, which says that offline teaching will resume in areas that have controlled Covid-19 and can ensure safety from October 2021.

Vietnamese woman with over 10 years of experience teaching English in the US

Phung Thuy Linh (Linh Phung) has lived in America for 15 years, the last 10 of which she has spent at Chatham University supervising and teaching English to international students.

Nearly 1,500 high school students attend virtual talk about career guidance

Nearly 1,500 students of ninth, tenth and eleventh grades at Luong The Vinh High School in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 participated in an online talk about career guidance with the topic "Journey to conquer dreams" on October 9.

New schools built on small change

If 100,000 people donated VND2,000 per day, 292 schools could be built every year.

High school graduation exam in 2022 to be same as in 2021

The high school graduation exam in the academic year 2021- 2022 will be organized as same as the prior one, according to the plan to organize high school graduation exams and university and college admissions in 2022 

Education Ministry announces plan for high school finals and university entrance in 2022

The high school finals in 2022 will be organized with the same basic principles as the 2021 ones as shown in a plan released by the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET).

Vietnamese 5th graders achieve good results in Southeast Asia

Vietnamese 5th graders achieved the highest rank in terms of learning outcome assessment in the Southeast Asia Primary Learning Metrics (SEA-PLM) for the 2018-2021 period, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.

Students in more than 10 provinces and cities exempted from tuition

Over 10 provinces and cities in Vietnam have decided to exempt part of or full tuition fees for students.