Parents in Hanoi’s Hoang Mai District are struggling to find extra classes for their children due to overcrowding at local schools. Parents pick up children at Chu Van An Primary School Many parents work far from home so they can’t pick up and drop their children at schools. They have to spend over VND1m (USD43) to hire motorbike taxi drivers to carry their children to and from school. Nguyen Quynh Hoa, a parent at Chu Van An Primary School said due to classroom shortages, her child already had to stay home on Mondays and Tuesdays last year. In the end, they had to pay VND1.3m a month for extra classes and lunches. The school had offered a half-day instead of the full-day programme but the parents said it would be even harder for them. Dai Tu Primary School didn’t recruit enough pupils to meet the quota but it also didn’t have enough classrooms. The headmaster, Nguyen Thi Tam, said because of overcrowding, the pupils only go to school four days a week. The school and the parents have discussed the problem many times but they can’t find any better solution. “Many pupils have to go to school on Saturdays when… Read full this story
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