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New Education Reform recommended

A “new, fundamental and comprehensive” education reform has been recommended by a group of senior researchers, all with decades of experience related to issues of education and training.
The recommendation was finalized on October 30 after a year-long study sponsored by VPDF.







Headed by VPDF President Mme Nguyễn Thị Bình, who was post-reunification Vietnam’s first Minister of Education, the group included Mr. Trần Hồng Quân and Mr. Nguyễn Minh Hiển, both former Ministers of Education and Training; Mrs. Trần Thị Tâm Đan, former Chairperson of the National Assembly Commission on Education, Youth and Children; and Mr. Chu Hảo, former Deputy Minister of Science and Technology.

A synthesis of 17 thematical reports and 3 press articles, the 138-page study covers the current state of the Vietnamese education system, achievements and inadequacies, advantages and challenges alike; lessons from China, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, the United States, Russia, and EU countries; and approaches, orientations and policies to be recommended to the Vietnamese leadership.
It outlines the following main issues to be tackled during the proposed education reform (preparatory phase: 2008-2010; implementation phase: 2011-2025):
1. Restructuring the national education system;
2. Implementing a strategy on the physical and intellectual development of Vietnamese children;
3. Elaborating a new curriculum and new textbooks for general education;
4. Accelerating human resources development;
5. Forming a liberal-minded space for higher education development; training honest, creative and socially responsible intellectuals;
6. Innovating the pre-service and in-service training of teachers and education administrators;
7. Upgrading and modernizing the education infrastructures;
8. Mobilizing education development resources; enhancing their effectiveness and efficiency;
9. Implementing an international integration strategy in education;
10. Streamlining education administration as a breakthrough in education reform;
11. Improving the system of education-related laws./.
















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