Trung Son commune’s kindergarten built in accordance with national standards.
Every year, the division consults the district People's Committee to issue a plan to focus resources on building national-standard schools. Therefore, the district has reviewed planning and invested in building schools with facilities and teaching equipment that meet national standards.
The district has extensively implemented the campaign to build new-style, advanced new-style and model new-style rural areas, step up dissemination and organise emulation movements to raise awareness of managers, teachers, employees, students and people of this work, and encourage good models, examples and initiatives. Schools in communes include in their annual work programmes the task of building new-style rural areas, and pay attention to investing in facilities and teaching equipment that meet national standards according to the district's new-style rural area building plan.
Since 2011, Luong Son has carried out programmes and projects to build, upgrade and renovate nearly 300 administrative buildings, classrooms, function rooms and auxiliary works, and purchased educational equipment and tools for schools with a total budget of about 500 billion VND (20.7 million USD).
Bui Quoc Hoan, Vice Chairman of the district People's Committee, said that in 2019, the district completed the goal of building national-standard schools, thus contributing to help the district fulfil new-style rural area building criteria. To date, 39 out of its 43 schools, or 90.7% of the total, have been recognised as meeting national standards. The district is striving to have the last four recognised this year.