VietNamNet Bridge - Though the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) is satisfied with multiple-choice questions for high-school finals, the Vietnam Mathematical Society (VMS) has advised against implementing the plan. VMS believes that multiple-choice questions is not … [Read more...] about Education Ministry insists on multiple-choice math exam questions
Debate questions for high school students
VietNamNet Bridge - Nguyen Tien Thanh, a former student of the Hanoi-Amsterdam high school for gifted students in Hanoi, is the winner of an essay contest for high school students, held annually by the American magazine Atlantic and College Board. The competition attracted … [Read more...] about Vietnamese student’s essay about philosophy wins American contest
A question framed during a session of the Vietnamese National Assembly early this month has drawn attention to the fact that many local students do not like to return home after studying abroad. At the session on November 2 discussing the country’s socioeconomic … [Read more...] about Why do Vietnamese students refuse to return home after studying abroad?
VietNamNet Bridge - State owned schools all want to develop high-quality classes, where students can learn in better conditions. However, the plan has not been applauded by parents, who believe that the model, by the nature, is the "privatization of state owned schools." Pham … [Read more...] about Standards for high-quality schools still in debate
by Pham Le Quynh Anh and other contributors Students visit the Viet Nam Military History Museum in Ha Noi. The quality of studying and teaching history at Vietnamese schools has come under scrutiny following this year's exam results. — VNA/VNS Photo Anh TuanHA NOI — Low history … [Read more...] about History seems to be losing appeal at high schools