Associate Professor Nguyễn Văn Tùng, deputy director general of the Education Publishing House, talks to the Tuổi Trẻ (Youth) newspaper about the pros and cons of having more than two sets of school textbooks
Recess at the Nghĩa Chánh Elementary School in Quảng Ngãi City is a surprisingly quiet affair, far from the usual din of students enjoying their break from classes.
Many teaching colleges have announced their minimum entrance scores and prospective teachers need just a record low of nine out of 30 to enter these teacher training institutions.
The Việt Nam Education Publishing House Limited Company has printed more than 100 million copies of textbook to meet student demands for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Some 22.5 million students across Việt Nam celebrated the start of the school year yesterday, as the country continues its struggle to reform the education system and boost economic growth for a better job market.
Hundreds of parents at a primary school in the central province of Nghệ An have demanded an end to the application of a new learning and teaching model called the Việt Nam Escuela Nueva (VNEN).
The Ministry of Education and Training has encouraged schools across the country to voluntarily continue applying the new model of learning and teaching, called the Việt Nam Escuela Nueva (VNEN).
The Department of Education and Training in HCM City has asked city districts to begin using the Việt Nam Escuela Nueva (VNEN) methodology at more local schools in the 2016-2017 academic year.