Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha admitted that he was really sad to hear about the case of a local teacher in Quang Binh ordering pupils to slap a classmate 231 times. Nha on Wednesday had a meeting with locals in Binh Dinh Province. On this occasion, Nha answered many questions related to the education sector, including the National Assembly’s approval of the revised Law on Higher Education. Minister Phung Xuan Nha attends a meeting with locals in Binh Dinh Province on November 28 Regarding people’s concerns about increasing school violence, particularly the most recent case in Quang Binh Province, Nha said that such behaviour violated the teaching code of ethics. Teacher Nguyen Thi Phuong Thuy from Duy Ninh Secondary School demanded 23 pupils of Class 6.2 to slap their classmate who was claimed to use foul language in class. Doctors said the boy wasn't seriously injured but the incident had traumatised him. “I’m myself extremely sad … [Read more...] about Education Minister vows to tackle school violence
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Can Ty is one of the most far-flung branches of Long He kindergarten in Son La province. Here, young teacher Sung Thi Pa takes care of 40 pupils. The solitude and isolation do not seem to bother the 24-year-old teacher, and she always shows up at school on time no matter what. Ho Thi Dua can sympathise with Sung Thi Pa’s situation as she has also taught at numerous isolated schools in Son La province. Dua said low fluency of the Vietnamese language and different ages in same class added to the challenges facing teachers at remote schools. Long He kindergarten has four branches all located far from the school’s primary location. The facilities are inadequate, and most kindergarten teachers are women, making the situation even harder. Despite these difficulties, teachers in remote areas are still devoted to teaching pupils thanks to their great love for ethnic kids./. VNA … [Read more...] about Teachers overcome difficulties to help disadvantaged kids
PAN's Deputy Editors-in-Chief, Senior Colonel Phung Kim Lan, Senior Colonel Do Phu Tho, and Senior Colonel Ngo Anh Thu, accompanied by the PAN's officers, reporters and editors, visited and congratulated the National Defense Academy, the People's Public Security Political Academy, the Military Technical Academy, the Academy of Journalism and Communications, the Military Academy of Logistics, Unit 871 under the General Department of Politics of the VPA, the Military Culture and Arts University, the Hanoi municipal Department of Education and Training, Hanoi Open University, and The Army Officer Training School No.1. Senior Colonel Phung Kim Lan presents flowers to representatives of the National Defense Academy. The delegations' leaders congratulated the academies’ and schools’ teaching staff and employees on their achievements over the past year. They hoped that the PAN and relevant institutions and academies will strengthen their solidarity and … [Read more...] about PAN marks Vietnamese Teachers’ Day
Illustration Đàm Minh Chí Kiều Vân HÀ NỘI — Recent reports that second graders might study probability and statistics as part of their curriculum from the 2020-21 school year have divided opinion among parents and educational experts. Most parents are worried that the subjects are inappropriate for their children's age. However, educational experts have said if primary students become acquainted with probability and statistics early on, they'll stand a better chance of understanding the subject in a comprehensive way. According to the new general education programme, maths at the primary school level will have three main parts: algebra, geometry and probability and statistics. This means probability and statistics will be taught as an official subject at primary school for the first time. Trần Mạnh Tùng, a senior teacher of maths at Lương Thế Vinh School, Hà Nội said the anxiety was … [Read more...] about What are the chances probability is too hard for kids?
Representative from Novaland Group awards scholarships to local students in Hong Ngu District of Dong Thap Province. — VNS Photo Novaland Group recently awarded 180 Nhe-teacher Scholarships to outstanding students in eight schools in Hong Ngu District in the Mekong Delta Province of Dong Thap. This is for the 15th year that it is awarding the scholarships in the province. It has so far supported thousands of children, helping them overcome disadvantages in life to continue their studies. The scholarships are worth VND2 million each. The company has also donated VND80 million each to the study foundation of eight schools, and the money will be used for academic activities. In July Novaland provided funding to build the Long Khanh A3 Elementary School in Hong Nu District. It is a modern school with facilities like a gymnasium, an art room, an IT room, a library, and a medical room. Nguyen Huu Tien, head of the district Education and Training Division, said: “The Nhe-teacher … [Read more...] about Novaland continues to provide scholarships to Dong Thap Province students