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Education departments reduce teaching staff despite protest

Education departments reduce teaching staff despite protest

More than 500 teachers in Dak Lak province have been warned that their labor contract will end in April, while thousands of teachers in Gia Lai province have been told that their jobs will be cut.   

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Ethnic language barriers should be removed

Ethnic language barriers should be removed

For students at Nguyen Ba Ngoc Primary School in Central Highland province of Dak Lak’s Krong Pac District where 90 per cent of students are ethnic, Êđê language lessons are always the ones they love most.

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More universities hire leaders with business backgrounds

More universities hire leaders with business backgrounds

A junior college in Vietnam, after experiencing tough years because of low enrollment, is now thriving after hiring the sales manager of a phone distribution chain as the head of its enrollment division.  

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Vietnamese fulfill their dream of working for Facebook

Vietnamese fulfill their dream of working for Facebook

More young Vietnamese people have grabbed opportunities to work for huge companies like Facebook. These are a few:  

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Accidents at schools: who is to blame?

Accidents at schools: who is to blame?

A ceiling unexpectedly collapsed at a high school in Hanoi. A preschool child suffered a skull fracture in Dak Lak, and a male student died after a concrete block fell on him. These are just a few of the accidents that have occurred in schools recently.   

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Parents advised to begin sex and gender education at early age

Parents advised to begin sex and gender education at early age

Alarmed about the increasing adolescent abortion rate and the average age of the first sexual experience, experts have urged parents to begin giving sex and gender education lessons to their children at an early age.  

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Hanoi Open Math contest held with international contestants for the first time

Hanoi Open Math contest held with international contestants for the first time

A maths competition began in Hanoi yesterday and for the first time there was a new addition – contestants from overseas.

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It’s time to impose heavy sanctions on plagiarists: educators

It’s time to impose heavy sanctions on plagiarists: educators

Ngo Quy Nham, a lecturer at the Hanoi University of Foreign Trade, says that plagiarism has reached a ‘terrible’ level, and in most cases, plagiarists are not punished. 

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Dak Lak teachers have to give bribes to be hired

Dak Lak teachers have to give bribes to be hired

More than 500 teachers in Dak Lak province are in danger of losing their jobs. Many of them had to pay hundreds of millions of dong to local authorities for jobs with an income of VND1 million ($41) a month.  

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Teachers at remote mountainous school find love

Teachers at remote mountainous school find love

With the desire to help minority children gain a brighter future, teachers have volunteered to leave their families for the remote Central Highlands (Tay Nguyen) Province of Kon Tum to work at the Mang Ri Boarding School, reported the Lao Dong (Labour) newspaper.

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500 teachers in Dak Lak threatened with dismissal

500 teachers in Dak Lak threatened with dismissal

More than 500 teachers in Krong Pak district in Dak Lak province have been informed that district authorities will terminate their labor contracts in late April.   

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Students invent therapeutic machine for myasthenia patients

Students invent therapeutic machine for myasthenia patients

The special machine, which helps young patients with myasthenia exercise muscles of their limbs, also contains games that can be played.   

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End free tuition for aspiring teachers

End free tuition for aspiring teachers

Professor Le Kim Long, former dean of the Education University, talks to the newspaper Kinh Te & Do Thi on the need to end the policy of free tuition for students at public teacher training institutions.

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Parents send children to pre-school classes

Parents send children to pre-school classes

Many parents in big cities are rushing to send their children to nurseries opened by private schools, aiming to help them prepare for first grade.

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University students’ plagiarism at a “terrible” level: educators

University students’ plagiarism at a “terrible” level: educators

Only a small percentage of university students and postgraduates in Vietnam are able to write essays that meet ethical academic standards, educators say. 

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WB:Vietnamese schools achieve significant educational progress

WB:Vietnamese schools achieve significant educational progress

The East Asia and Pacific region has seven of the top ten performing education systems in the world, with schools in China and Vietnam showing significant progress, according to a new World Bank report released on March 15.

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