MOET struggles for the right to compile textbooks

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MOET struggles for the right to compile textbooks

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) said it must be involved in compiling a set of textbooks for every grade, but the public does not support the idea.

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Small classroom nurtures high hopes

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Small classroom nurtures high hopes

Doong Village, Quang Binh Province is an area that only has seven students and special teachers.

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Circular guides FDI in education sector

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Circular guides FDI in education sector

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) issued Circular No. 34/2014/TT-BGDDT (October 15, 2014) guiding foreign investment and co-operation in education. The circular provides guidance on the implementation of Government Decree No.73/2012/ND-CP (September 26, 2012) with respect to inspection of education quality of a joint training programme and foreign invested educational institutions, compulsory education programme and subjects required by Vietnamese students studying at foreign invested educational institutions and others.

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Criteria for foreign-language test exemption unclear, students say

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Criteria for foreign-language test exemption unclear, students say

VietNamNet Bridge – The new regulation exempting students from foreign-language exams for university admission will be difficult to implement as it is too vague, students and educators believe.

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‘Helmets for Kids’ saves lives

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VOV News English 1 month(s) ago

‘Helmets for Kids’ saves lives

(VOV) -The “Helmets for Kids” programme will provide first-grade students at 39 schools in Ha Tinh, Quang Binh and Dong Nai provinces with nearly 5,100 helmets as part of its effort to increase traffic safety for students and save lives.

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Heavy 1st-grade curricula stress students, teachers and parents in Vietnam

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Heavy 1st-grade curricula stress students, teachers and parents in Vietnam

Elementary school teachers and parents in Vietnam are complaining about the tremendous pressure placed on them by bulky curriculums for first-graders.

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Three children drown in Kien Giang lake

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VietNam News English 1 month(s) ago

Three sixth-grade students drowned in a lake yesterday, according to the Tan Hiep Police Department.

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Kind readers help poor children

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Kind readers help poor children

DTiNews has donated money and books sent by readers to support two children in Ha Tinh Province whose ill parents are unable to afford their study.

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Curriculum changes take time

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VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news

Viet Nam News spoke to Deputy Education Minister Nguyen Vinh Hien and two US advisors collaborating with the World Bank and the Ministry of Education and Training on textbook reform.

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In photos: Vietnam students exhausted by private tutoring

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In photos: Vietnam students exhausted by private tutoring

In My Tho City in southern Vietnam, parents send their children as young as six – the age of the first grade – to private tutors as early as 5:30 am with a view to giving them an edge over their classmates.

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Students want dialogue with Ministry on reform of university entrance exams

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Students want dialogue with Ministry on reform of university entrance exams

VietNamNet Bridge – Twelfth-grade students have suggested holding a dialogue with the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) about university entrance-examination reform.

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Vietnam Van Thinh Phat Group launches scholarship worth HK$ 200,000

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Vietnam Van Thinh Phat Group launches scholarship worth HK$ 200,000

Following the success of the first scholarship award from Vietnam Van Thinh Phat Group Holdings Scholarships for the 2013 academic year, Van Thinh Phat Group Holdings will offer two full scholarshipsfor the 2014 academic year worth HK$ 200,000 per year for each Vietnamese students to study atThe University of Hong Kong (China).

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12-grader from Tien Giang province wins Olympia contest

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SaiGon GP English 3 month(s) ago

Nguyen Trong Nhan, a twelve-grade student of Tien Giang Specialized High School in the Mekong delta province of Tien Giang, won the Olympia prize worth US$35,000 in the final round, on August 3.

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Thu Dau Mot recognized as second-grade city

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Báo điện tử CP English 4 month(s) ago

VGP – PM Nguyen Tan Dung has signed a decision to upgrade Thu Dau Mot city in the southern province of Binh Duong as a second-grade city.

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Vietnamese beggar girl becomes doctor

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Vietnamese beggar girl becomes doctor

Life is never easy, but it was even harder for a young woman who was born to a family of street beggars in central Vietnam. However, with tremendous effort and a strong will, she has ended the “beggar tradition” of her family and achieved her childhood dream of becoming a doctor.

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