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TRANG CHỦ » 2013 » Tháng 11 » 30
VietNamNet Bridge – In Vietnamese parents’ thoughts, "international schools” means international high education quality. However, the truth is quite otherwise. international schools, students, parents,Vietnamese culture

International schools are not international
The most outstanding feature of the education establishments introduced themselves as "international schools” is the intensive English teaching curricula applied there. Parents feel secure when sending their children to the schools, because they think that the British, US or New Zealand’s curricula would be better for the children than that of Vietnamese. 
According to the former Director of the HCM City Education and Training Department Huynh Cong Minh, in principle, international schools must be understood as the internationally recognized schools which follow foreign curricula. 
This means that a lot of international schools in Vietnam are not "international” at all. They are the Vietnamese schools which teach Vietnamese students. The schools, after getting the permission from the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) to run foreign curricula at the same time under the mode of bilingual sc ... Xem thêm
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