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Over 887,000 candidates sit national high school exam

More than 887,000 students nationwide on June 24 officially began the 2019 national high school exam at a total of 1,980 exam venues, with 38,050 exam rooms.


A short course will never be enough to master life skills

When the phoenix flowers bloom it is a sign of summer vacation, and parents start to search for the perfect courses and programmes to help their children grow and succeed.

Inspection work strengthened to avoid high school exam fraud in Vietnam

Nguyen Huu Bang, chief inspector at the Ministry of Education and Training talks to about preparations for the high school exam.

Primary schools and teachers not ready for new general education curriculum

The new general education programme issued by the Ministry of Education and Training at the end of last year will be applied for the 2020-21 school year.

Teachers, students overcome difficulties to go to school

Encouraging children to go to school in some of Vietnam’s mountainous areas is not easy by any stretch of the imagination.

Vietnamese universities seek world rankings

Some Vietnamese universities may be named in Times Higher Education (THE)’s World University Rankings in the next few years, a representative from THE said at a workshop in Hanoi on June 13.


Selective secondary schools lead to rampant grade fixing

Primary teachers have admitted fixing the results of pupils following parents' wishes so that the children have better secondary school opportunities.

Music subject in reformed curriculum facing tough challenges

The reformed curriculum for primary and secondary school is going to be applied for grade 1 and 6 in the academic year of 2021 – 2022, and for grade 10 in 2022 – 2023.

Vietnamese students win ticket to Adobe Certified Associate World Champs' final round

Tran Ngoc Anh Khoa, Nguyen Thanh and Luong Duyen Binh Nguyen will represent Vietnam at the final round of the Adobe Certified Associate World Championship (ACAWC) 2019, slated for July 28-31 in New York.


Vietnamese students in Belgium carry out diverse activities towards homeland

Vietnamese Ambassador to Belgium Vu Anh Quang has lauded diverse activities of the Association of Vietnamese Students in the European country over the past time.


Enough textbooks for new school curriculum, assures education ministry

Since last year the Vietnam Education Publishing House has been researching and compiling the textbooks and has even published some first grade textbooks to trial them, an act that has come in for some criticism in the media.

Mekong Delta needs to increase education expenditures: Education Minister

Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha has instructed authorities in 12 provinces and one city in the Mekong Delta region to increase expenditures from their local education budgets to pay for facilities and equipment.


Mother and daughter in HCM City graduate from university

A 63-year-old woman and her daughter have graduated at the same time after studying for four years at the HCM City Open University.

Name of English teachers in schools in HCM City publicized

According to the HCMC Department of Education and Training, 20 foreign language centers to provide English native speaker teachers to schools have to post their names on the Department’s website where parents can follow.


State education spending in Mekong Delta lower than country’s

The Ministry of Education and Training and authorities in the Mekong delta admitted that state education spending in the region is much lower than the country’s.

Children's books released for summer holiday

New books for children published by the Kim Đồng Publishing House, a leading publisher for young readers, are now available in HCM City bookstores.

High-school graduates turn away from higher education

As many as 30 per cent of high-school students have decided not to apply for colleges this year according to the Ministry of Education and Training.


Teacher shortages hinder new curriculum

More primary teachers were needed for the 2019-2020 academic year, especially those specialised in computer science and technology and foreign languages, a conference heard last week.

Deaf mute teacher eagerly promotes arts among handicapped children

Born in a family of three children, Thong was deaf and dumb since birth due to malaria. Seeing people around speaking affectively to their own parents, he often wondered to himself if life was so unfair to him.



Hanoi parents face 41.9% tuition fee rise

Hanoi Department of Education and Training has proposed a plan to raise the tuition at public schools in the 2019-2020 school year.