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HCM City increases use of technologies in schools

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As a part of the HCMC People’s Committee project “ Building intelligent urban model”, the education sector targets to build smart schools.

 

Bilingual school opens in HCM City

A new international bilingual schools, EMASI, officially opened on Thursday in HCM City with the aim of becoming the leading bilingual school in the country.

   

English teaching to be improved following national project failure

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The Ministry of Education and Training will adjust English teaching following the failure of the 2008-2020 national Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages in the National Education System P [ … ]

   

Việt Nam universities’ subjects among world’s best

The Hà Nội University of Science and Technology (HUST) and the Việt Nam National University (VNU), Hà Nội have subjects among the top 600 in the world, according a UK-based study.

   

New standards to improve preschool quality

The Ministry of Education and Training’s new national professional standards for kindergarten teachers and principals will act as a base to rebuild training programmes at universities and co [ … ]

   

More universities granted Cambridge Int’l Level A qualification

Four more universities in Việt Nam have been recognised with a Cambridge International A Level qualification.

   

Quảng Trị plans to reduce temporary classrooms

The central province of Quảng Trị is to invest VNĐ195 billion (US$8.4 million) in the construction of 390 classrooms in an attempt to reduce the number of temporary classrooms in schools acr [ … ]

   

Oil spill causing headaches

Residents living in Quang Hưng Ward in Thanh Hóa City of Thanh Hóa Province have been facing health problems due to a 4,000-litre oil spill that occurred 10 days ago, reported online ne [ … ]

   

Hà Nội’s top schools struggling

Some of Ha Noi’s top schools are finding it difficult to fill their classrooms, according to Tiền Phong (Vanguard) newspaper.

   

VN universities offer e-learning to more students

More universities in the country are taking advantage of IT to improve access to higher education and the quality of training.

   

School drop-outs increase as children in mountainous areas lose subsidies

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Hundreds of pupils in the mountainous areas of Quang Nam Province may stop going to schools as government is going to stop providing food to boarding schools.

   

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