If HCM City continues to see an increase in the number of dissolved private schools due to the pandemic, there will not be enough classrooms for students when schools resume in-person classes.
Việt Nam remains consistent that all targets and policies are tailored for people throughout its history, and the Party and the State have made endless efforts to let people fully enjoy human rights and the fundamental rights of citizens.
Pre-schools in HCM City have found themselves in a tight corner, with many owners putting their schools up for sale.
Vũ Hồng Thắm, 35, decided to become a kindergarten teacher after graduating from college because she wanted to contribute to pre-school education in Vân Đồn Island District, Quảng Ninh Province.
Head of the Ministry of Education and Training’s Pre-school Education Department Nguyễn Bá Minh talks to Giáo dục Việt Nam (Việt Nam Education) e-magazine about plans to develop the sector
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc recently signed off a national ten-year action plan for children to ensure the their rights and all-round development and while creating a safe, healthy, and friendly environment for them to live.
The country’s pre-schools face and will continue to face a shortage of teachers until 2025, the head of the Ministry of Education and Training’s pre-school education department has warned.
The standard for university admissions should be raised to ensure higher quality of training, said Phùng Xuân Nhạ, Minister of Education and Training.