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May, 18 2012 09:48:15

City fair presents new schooling models

HCM CITY— Sixty-five domestic and foreign educational institutes and enterprises are showcasing advanced schooling models at home and abroad at the 4th HCM City Development Education Festival, which opened yesterday in HCM City's District 11.

The four-day event will include forums seeking investment in education and information technology application in education management and teaching among domestic schools in the city.

The Viet Nam Education Publishing House marked the event by handing out more than 7,400 sets of textbooks for 2,000 students who are children of martyrs and wounded soldiers. It also donated a variety of reference books and bookcases to libraries in the city. —VNS

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