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Schools across the country were trying to balance their spending to give gifts to encourage teachers during the upcoming Lunar New Year.

Headmaster honored by Microsoft for last three years

Nguyen Thi Kim Dung, headmaster of Dong La Secondary School in Hoai Duc district in Hanoi has been honored as Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert - MIEE for three consecutive years.

Vietnamese teacher receives Thailand’s Princess Award for outstanding achievements in education

Ha Anh Phuong, a high school English teacher from northern Phu Tho province, has been granted Thailand’s 2021 Princess Maha Chakri Award on October 29.

Teacher helps students with autism integrate

Thanks to the love of her job and her sympathy for disadvantaged children, Nguyen Ngoc Hanh has helped many students with autism learn to read, write, and spell their name.

Young teacher volunteers for remote area

With an unconditional love for their young charges, many young teachers have volunteered to work in schools in remote and mountainous areas in the hope of providing an education to all. 

HCM City faces shortage of English teachers in primary schools

HCM City is facing a severe shortage of English teachers in primary schools, partly because of stricter quality criteria required under a new recruitment programme.

Teachers strive to bring education to rocky highlands

The Luc Khu area in northern mountainous Cao Bang province is known for its harsh climate, poor roads, frequent lack of water for daily use, and slow economic development. 

Teachers like second parents of ethnic minority kids in remote areas

Despite the hardship of living in the remote reaches of Lai Chau province in Vietnam’s northwestern mountains, teachers always attempt to create a family-like atmosphere for students so they can be fully focused on their studies.

Creative teacher inspires students to learn physics

A teacher in the Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang has developed his own teaching resources for physics so his students can conduct experiments.

Teacher brings borderless classroom to ethnic students

An English language high school teacher in the northern province of Phú Thọ has been employing a “borderless classroom model” to connect her students with their international peers via Skype.


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.

Teachers go digital in fourth industrial revolution

Given the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution, all sectors need to evolve, including education.

Three Hanoi teachers selected for international education event

Three teachers in Hanoi have been selected to represent Vietnam to participate in the Microsoft Education Exchange 2020 scheduled to take place in Australia on March 23-26.


Quang Ngai teachers struggle to get mountainous children to go to school

Teachers in a mountainous district of Quang Ngai Province have to walk dangerous roads to local families to encourage children to return to schools.

Teachers must expand their knowledge

Professor Dr Le Kim Long, former principle of the Ha Noi University of Education, speaks to the newspaper Kinh te & Do thi on the impact of the 4.0 Revolution – the major economic shift currently underway, 

Teachers need better language skills

 VietNamNet Bridge – Principle of Ha Noi College of Electrical Mechanics Dong Van Ngoc told the Kinh te & Do thi (Economic &Urban Affairs) newspaper about problems in vocational schools.