Education

Hanoi aims to train more English teachers

Hanoi aims to train more English teachers

Hanoi faces a shortage of high school teachers that can teach in English, requiring universities to train more students adept at the language to meet demand.

Vietnam wins four gold medals at Asia Pacific math contest

Four Vietnamese pupils won gold medals at the 2017 Asia Pacific Mathematical Olympiad for Primary Schools, placing the country in the third after Singapore and Taiwan.

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Schools highlight awareness over sovereignty issues

Some schools in the central province of Quang Binh have set up the Vietnamese map model with the Paracel and Spratly islands in their campus, aiming to help their pupils’ awareness of the national sovereignty.

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Private universities need tightened regulations

Experts said that regulations on the establishment of private universities should be stricter.

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Education a key facet of Vietnam-Australia relations

Australian Ambassador to Vietnam, H.E. Craig Chittick, talks about the growth of cooperation between Vietnam and Australia in the field of education.

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Ministry urges for more autonomy for schools

Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha has said schools in regions with favourable conditions will be given more autonomy.

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Concerns raised after alleged paedophile school break-in

The public has expressed anger and worry after the head of Mai Dong Primary School in Hanoi confirmed that a young man had broken into the school and tried to harass two girls.

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Hanoi faces school shortage

Hanoi People's Council has pointed out the lack of classrooms and fund for equipment after the inspection at several schools in the city for education development and planning to 2020.

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