Reality TV shows promote financial education

Reality TV shows promote financial education

Reality TV shows “Nhung Dua Tre Thong Thai” (Smart Kids) organized by the State Bank of Vietnam and the Vietnam Television were broadcast on VTV 24 on September 23 to teach kids money-saving skills, financial personal planning and management.
 
HCMC public schools teach Aerobic

HCMC public schools teach Aerobic

The Department of Education and Training in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday sent its document to its subdivisions on implementation of basic sport program in schools for the 2017-2018 academic year. 
More special policies for preschool teachers

More special policies for preschool teachers

In its guideline to schools on September 9, the Department of Education and Training in Ho Chi Minh City included some special policies for preschool teachers.
 
More efforts bring kids back to school

More efforts bring kids back to school

The new school year is approaching, and schools in the northern province of Phu Tho are preparing for the new school year despite a shortage of facilities, teaching equipment and other necessities.
 
Illustrative photo

Traffic culture taught in preschools

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh asked the Ministry of Education and Training to teach traffic culture and awareness of following traffic laws in preschools and primary schools to increase knowledge of traffic safety.
 
Students in Lam Dong will be taught how to beat up gong rhythm (Photo: SGGP)

Kon Tum opens class to teach how to beat out gong for students

Students in the highlands province of Kon Tum will be taught how to beat out rhythm on a gong and the traditional Vietnamese dance genre of Xoang, said Head of the Bureau of Culture-Sports in Kon Tum province’s Dak Ha District Nguyen Thi Tham yesterday.
 
Students are learning swimming lesson in Nguyen Binh Khiem Sport Club in District 1 (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC makes efforts to teach kids to swim

As per the plan of drowning prevention for kids of People’s Committee in Ho Chi Minh City, the city strives to have 40 percent of primary and secondary students who are taught survival swimming skills.