Education in Vietnam

system is at a crossroads. Rapid economic growth has permitted rapid increases in the scale and scope of formal schooling, but there is a prevailing sense that the current education system is inadequate to the country's needs. Sunny assessments of Vietnam's "achievements" in the sphere of... Ausführliche Beschreibung

beteiligte Personen: London, Jonathan D., [editor.]
Verfasserangabe: Jonathan D. London.
Medientyp: E-Book
veröffentlicht: Singapore : ISEAS Publishing, [2011]
Umfang: 1 online resource
enthält: Frontmatter -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD / Taylor, Philip -- ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS -- 1. Contemporary Vietnam's Education System: Historical Roots, 1 Current Trends / London, Jonathan D. -- 2. Historical Welfare Regimes and Education in Vietnam / London, Jonathan D. -- 3. Education, Education Finance, and the Economy / Cobbe, Jim -- 4. Market-oriented Education: Private (People-Founded) Upper-Secondary Schools in Hanoi / Liễu, Trần Thị Bích -- 5. School Dropout Trends in Vietnam from 1998 to 2006 / Quyên, Bùi Thái -- 6. "They Think We Don't Value Schooling": Paradoxes of Education in the Multi-Ethnic Central Highlands of Vietnam / Chi, Trương Huyền -- 7. Higher Education in Vietnam: Boundaries of Autonomy / George, Elizabeth St. -- 8. Challenges to Higher Education Reform: A University Management Perspective / Hồng, Nguyễn Minh -- 9. Market-led Globalization and Higher Education: The Case of Đà Nẵng University / Ngọc, Hồ Vũ Khuê -- 10. Research Institutions, Industry, and Sustainable Development / Fatseas, Marea -- 11. WTO Accession, Socioeconomic Transformation, and Skills Development Strategies in Vietnam / Freire, Alexandre Dormeier -- INDEX
Frontmatter -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD / ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS -- 1. Contemporary Vietnam's Education System: Historical Roots, 1 Current Trends / 2. Historical Welfare Regimes and Education in Vietnam / 3. Education, Education Finance, and the Economy / 4. Market-oriented Education: Private (People-Founded) Upper-Secondary Schools in Hanoi / 5. School Dropout Trends in Vietnam from 1998 to 2006 / 6. "They Think We Don't Value Schooling": Paradoxes of Education in the Multi-Ethnic Central Highlands of Vietnam / 7. Higher Education in Vietnam: Boundaries of Autonomy / 8. Challenges to Higher Education Reform: A University Management Perspective / 9. Market-led Globalization and Higher Education: The Case of Đà Nẵng University / 10. Research Institutions, Industry, and Sustainable Development / 11. WTO Accession, Socioeconomic Transformation, and Skills Development Strategies in Vietnam / INDEX
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