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January 9th, 2008

Shortage of qualified teachers plagues vocational schools

Abstract:
Vietnam is facing a significant shortage of qualified teachers in its vocational schools, a labor official of Ho Chi Minh City has said.

Some vocational school teachers also have difficulty organizing experiments or lab sessions for students, particularly in non-traditional curriculums such as nanotechnology or cosmetics education.

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