Education, Society and Culture

Education Problems in Vietnam

© | March 24, 2011  — In the past Vietnam was proud of its high literacy (over 92% of population) and functioning education system, which was free, adequately invested and capable of producing good crops of talented people, such as Dr. Hoang Tuy (Vietnam Institute of Mathematics) – a worldclass mathematician, who helped found the mathematics branch of global optimization, Dr. Nguyen Van Hieu (Vietnam National University at Hanoi) – famous Russian-trained physicist, Dr. Ngo Bao Chau (University of Chicago) – a well known mathetician with Fields Medal 2010, etc. Now this education system faces real problems and has significantly deteriorated.


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