(HBO) – Implementing the Party Central Committee’s Resolution 29 on fundamental and comprehensive education and training reforms, and the resolution of the district Party congress in 2015-2020 tenure, the education sector in Lac Son district, Hoa Binh province, has gained significant achievements in the field, as seen in improved education quality and better discipline and order at local schools.
A class at Hoa Hong
kindergarten in Vu Ban town, Lac Son district – a school meeting second-level
national standards since 2016.
The district is home to 60 kindergartens,
primary schools, and junior and senior high schools, with 202 school sites. The
district authority spends over 53 billion VND (2.3 million USD) annually
investing in building infrastructure and equipment for local schools, thus
raising the ratio of permanent classrooms to 92 percent, facilitating the
learning and teaching activities.
At the beginning of the 2015-2020 period, only 45
percent of educational officials and teachers had necessary qualification. The
rate now surpasses 80 percent, and is expected to exceed 90 percent at the end
The district has made proper investment in
improving the education quality. It has been among the top four localities in
Hoa Binh with the largest number of students winning prizes at provincial
contests for excellent students for several years. More than 98 percent of
students graduate from secondary and high schools annually. The local community-based
learning centre and the continuing education centre have contributed to enhancing
knowledge for local workers. Forty-one out of the 89 schools in the locality
have met national standards.
Bui Van Danh, head of the district’s education
and training department, said building on these achievements, the education
sector will continue advising local authorities in how to push ahead with
fundamental and comprehensive education reforms, with a focus on building more
schools with national standards, and promoting personnel training to raise the
quality of the contingent of teachers, thus further raising educational
(HBO) – Hoa Binh had 9,218 students registering to attend the recently-held high school graduation examination 2020. Of the total, 5,828 students only registered for graduating of high school, accounting for 63.22 percent. Meanwhile, 3,083 contestants registered for graduating high school and entering universities and colleges, accounting for 33.45 percent, and 307 contestants only took the exam for university entrance.
(HBO) - Over the past years, our province has strictly grasped and creatively applied the Directive No. 43-CT/TW, dated on June 8, 2010 of the tenth Secretariat on "Strengthening the Party’s leadership on the work of Vietnam Red Cross” (Directive 43).
(HBO) - On August 27, the International NGO Aide et Action and the Northwest Development Cooperation Center jointly held a kick-off ceremony of the "Increasing the access to the options of livelihood for the youth of the ethnic minorities (Ethnic Minorities)” in Hoa Binh Province. The leaders from the Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, the Provincial Youth Union, the Youth Union of Da Bac and Mai Chau districts, and the typical start-up young entrepreneur.
(HBO) - According to the information from the Provincial Center for Disease Control, on August 26, 80 out of the 80 citizens returning from Canada quarantined at the 814 Regiment, the Provincial Ministry of Military Affairs had the first negative test results for SARS-CoV -2.
(HBO) - The Standing Committee of the Provincial Fatherland Front has collaborated with Everfam Co., Ltd. to install 315 free water purifiers, Unilever Pureit, for 66 schools from the kindergartens to the high schools in the province with 31,515 students benefited.
(HBO) - By August 2020, in the whole province there have been 272 kindergartens and high schools meeting the national standards, reaching 51.71% (increasing 18.41% compared to that of 2015).