Not surprisingly, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) students achieved the highest average score at 5.85 in the national graduation exam, followed by Binh Duong and Ba Ria-Vung Tau in southern Vietnam. Hanoi, the nation’s other major urban center, was in fourth place, followed by Nam Dinh and Hai Phong. In a reflection of the urban-rural divide that applies to so many areas of life, northern provinces such as Hoa Binh, Son La, and Ha Giang recorded the lowest scores. … [Read more...] about Missing the forest for the trees: National English exam results reconsidered
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Health problems including joint issues are part of the job, Chi said, adding he had to stay home for seven months last year due to amyotrophy and paralysis in his left arm. As a result, Hao and their eldest son had to support the entire family on their own. … [Read more...] about Odd jobs keep Hanoi couple awake, in pocket
“When our children passed the university entrance exams, we thought we could not afford their study, but thanks to the loan of 88.6 million VND from the bank's credit programme for students, we have taken our children to university. The poverty cannot quench the hopes and dreams of young people in the impoverished countryside” shared Mien.Leverage of economic development … [Read more...] about When the Party’s Directive 40 spreads in life!
Although winning national and international prizes in computer science and science had earned him a spot at the University of Science and Education under the University of Da Nang as an information technology major, Anh decided to break loose from his studies and develop a personal vision and sense of purpose. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese inventor makes social impact with drowsiness warning glasses
PARIS -- Disruption to schooling stemming from the COVID-19 epidemic will cause a skill loss that could result in a 1.5% drop in global economic output for the rest of this century, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development estimated. … [Read more...] about Skills lost due to COVID school closures will hit output for generations: OECD