The Vietnamese prime minister has given the go-ahead for the second phase of improvements to secondary education across the country.
The project will begin next year and run until 2023 at a total cost of US$107 million. The objective is to reform the provision and standards of education in all secondary schools in addition to updating vocational education.
Approximately 60 schools across the spectrum of secondary provision will have their buildings and resources upgraded, including the provision of new IT equipment and laboratories.
This will include around 70 specialised secondary schools, 126 vocational schools, 220 schools in areas with difficult socio-economic conditions, and about 28 educational centres for people with disabilities.
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