Created 14 June 2022
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Parents' involvement in children's education can be a double-edged sword

To secure the best education outcomes for students, parents and teachers should join hands instead of being pitted against one another.

 
Created 14 June 2022
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Education ministry to bolster school-based psychological counselling for students: Official

Deputy Minister of Education and Training Ngô Thị Minh spoke to Vietnam News Agency on issues related to school psychological counselling in response to rising public concern over the mental health of school-aged children.

   
Created 05 June 2022
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What to do if your child gets bullied at school

It's the fear of almost all parents whose children go to school each day.

 
Created 09 March 2022
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Schools learn to adapt as COVID cases rise among students

As more COVID-19 cases are detected among school children, education institutions in HCM City are taking measures to adapt and prepare for the upcoming end-semester exams.

   
Created 07 March 2022
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Teachers struggle as COVID cases soar

The number of COVID-19 patients are increasing rapidly, especially in schools, and teachers, besides their professional work, are reluctant to become medical staff.

 
Created 03 March 2022
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Dedicated teachers continue teaching despite being infected with COVID-19

Being infected with the novel coronavirus often means a disruption in people’s everyday lives, but dedicated teachers are still doing their job as usual – even from their hospital beds.

   
Created 02 March 2022
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Can Vietnamese students sustain themselves through college?

In more developed countries, the answer would be a no brainer. Of course college students can earn enough to meet daily expenses from the very first year.

Can Vietnamese students sustain themselves through college?

 
Created 28 February 2022
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Tiresome educational qualifications paperwork can deter foreign investors

I had to abandon a business project in Vietnam just because I could not obtain consular authentication for my university diploma.

   
Created 22 December 2021
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Human rights to be taught in schools nationwide

Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam on behalf of the Prime Minister has signed Directive No. 34/CT-TTg dated December 21, 2021 on strengthening human rights content in the the national education system.

 
Created 19 October 2021
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Parents anxious as dozens of students contract Covid

Since her daughter traveled on the same bus as a Covid patient, Nguyen Hai has been like a cat on hot bricks.

Parents wait for their children to have Covid-19 tests at Giay Bai Bang Primary School, Phong Chau Town, Phu Tho, Oct. 18, 2021. Photo bn VnExpress/Viet An

   

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