Education sector launches program to donate computers for students

Education sector launches program to donate computers for students

The education sector in Ho Chi Minh City has launched a program to donate computers to help kids with a return to online learning because according to primary statistics, approximately 77,000 students in the southern metropolis don’t have computers for remote learning.

Education sector donates US$196,396 for vaccine fund

Education sector donates US$196,396 for vaccine fund

The Ministry of Education and Training and the Vietnam Education Union yesterday gave VND4.5 billion (US$196,396) to the Covid-19 vaccine fund. The sector donated the amount of money to join hands with people across the country in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Education sector organizes tests to suit to present situation

Education sector organizes tests to suit to present situation

The Ministry of Education and Training requested schools to adjust their plan for teaching and learning and test schedule to suit to each locality’s present situation with the aim to keep teachers and students safe from the coronavirus.
At a vocatoinal class (Photo: SGGP)

Education sector continues to improve vocational training

Sixty-three provinces and cities in the city have completed a vocational guidance program for high-school students as per the instruction of the Ministry of Education and Training from the academic year 2016 -2017. However, career guidance in schools have not well done as expected.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam and President Nguyen Phu Trong (Photo: VNA)

Top leader embraces teachers, students ahead of new school year

General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam and President Nguyen Phu Trong on September 4 called upon the education sector to overcome the challenges posed by COVID-19 on the eve of the new 2020-2021 school year.
A foregin teacher is teaching In An Hoi Primary School (Photo: SGGP)

Education sector calls for social contributions to English teaching

After presiding a meeting to improve history teaching and learning quality, Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha continued to ask educationists to take heed of English teaching and learning in schools as English and history are the two subjects with lowest score in the recent national high school graduation exams.
Students of Junior High School Tran van On in district 1 learn history by visiting museum (Photo: SGGP)

Education sector finds solutions to improve history teaching, learning quality

Because among nine subjects in the National High School Examination this year, History remained the subject with lowest average score with more than 70 percent getting scores under five, Education and Training Minister Phung Xuan Nha presided at a meeting to come up with solutions to improve teaching and learning quality of the subject in senior high schools.