HCMC Medicine University equipped with “smart classrooms”

As per an initiative within the framework of the Ministry of Health’s educational innovation program, the Ho Chi Minh City University of Medicine and Pharmacy has received the Smart School model from Samsung lately, a program which will bring students more opportunities to interact in class.
City faces shortage of teachers, classrooms

City faces shortage of teachers, classrooms

Public preschools and primary schools in HCM City are struggling to recruit enough teachers to meet enrolment this year, according to the city’s Department of Education and Training.

More preschools in HCMC keep toddlers

As per the roadmap of pilot program to keep toddlers from 6 to 18 month old in preschools in Ho Chi Minh City, four more districts will have classrooms to admit toddlers in the academic year 2015-2016.
Kindergarten pilot project short of teachers, classrooms

Kindergarten pilot project short of teachers, classrooms

One year ago, public kindergartens in HCM City began accepting children aged six to 18 months as requested by local authorities in a pilot programme that is expected to be expanded to all kindergartens by 2020.

Mekong Delta to build more kindergartens

Cities and provinces in the Mekong Delta have mobilised funds to build more kindergartens as they strive to eliminate old, dilapidated classrooms.

Building construction causes damage to nearby school

Ongoing construction of the Vietinbank headquarter building has caused  cracks in classrooms in nearby Trung Vuong Junior High School in Hai Chau District in the central province of Da Nang, where 120 teachers and 2,200 students are worried for their safety.
HCMC increases classrooms for next academic year

HCMC increases classrooms for next academic year

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training held a meeting yesterday to assess the school academic year 2010-2011 and also introduce an additional 1, 095 classrooms for the next session.