Hanoi leads the country in education and training: Official
At the international exams, Hanoi students stood out with 338 awards and medals of all kinds.
Hanoi still leads the country in education and training, Kinh te & Do thi quoted Vice Chairman of the municipal People's Committee Ngo Van Quy at an online meeting on October 31.
Mr. Quy said that the city’s education sector has created many positive changes in the academic year 2019 – 2020 while Hanoi students have won high achievements in national and international exams.
Vice Chairman of the municipal People's Committee Ngo Van Quy speaks at the online meeting. Photo: Kinhtedothi.vn
At the national exam for excellent student selection in the 2019-2020 school year, Hanoi leads the country in the number of prizes won with 15 first, 44 second, 44 third and 41 consolation prizes. At international exams, Hanoi students stood out with 338 awards and medals of all kinds.
At the national high school graduation exam in 2020, contestants from Hanoi won the largest number of mark 10, the highest score in the country, with 416.
So far, more schools and classrooms have been built in the city, making Hanoi the country’s leader in educational infrastructure with 2,792 kindergartens and high schools for 2,111,600 students, increasing by 44 schools and 67,594 students year-on-year.
The rate of national standard schools in Hanoi is 59.1%, the vice chairman said, adding that the city has recognized 20 high quality schools.
In the 2019-2020 academic year, despite facing many difficulties and challenges due to the complicated evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic, the city’s education sector succeeded in ensuring safety for more than two million students at all educational levels.
Vice Chairman Ngo Van Quy said that in order to implement the tasks of the 2020-2021 school year and onwards, Hanoi has identified a number of specific solutions: innovating the regulatory work on education and training, promoting administrative reform in the sector, applying informatics technology in management, teaching and learning.
Besides, the city will invest more in building schools and classrooms as planned, enlarging the land funds for school construction and rearranging schools in the city, improving the number of schools which meet national standards.
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