In the academic year 2022-2023, many senior high schools in Ho Chi Minh City promote exchange activities and share learning experiences at all levels. This aims to help students choose their right majors.
The majority of parents in Ho Chi Minh City said that facilities and equipment are not good; in particular, 14.4 percent of parents voiced their ideas that toilets are still dirty and canteens fail to meet students’ demands.
To prepare to welcome students back to school in December, schools in Ho Chi Minh City have renovated their facilities and had different types of teaching methods in the new normal. However, e-classes may lead to learning gaps amongst students; therefore, educators were wondering how to bridge the gap and change study habits after a long time of online learning.
A mass performance of physical exercise by 6,000 pupils from 64 primary schools in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long has been named in the Vietnam Guinness Book of Records for the largest number of student participants in such event.
Eight out of 10 primary school students received private education and other extracurricular activities in the past decade, with a majority of their parents feeling the pinch of high education costs, data showed Monday.
HCMC has set a target that 15-20 percent students of each educational institution in the city will use school bus by 2019-2020. However statistics show that the number of students using this service has been reducing.
Investment in education is investment in sustainable development. Within permit conditions, HCMC leaders always give priority to the field’s development, speed up schools’ autonomy and mobilize social resources to create high quality education products meeting targets of the country’s industrialization, modernization and international integration, said Secretary of the HCMC Party Committee Dinh La Thang on February 23.