Sun. Apr 14th, 2024

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has stressed the urgent need to carry out
comprehensive reform in education and training to meet the
requirements of industrialisation and modernisation and international
integration.

While chairing the second day of the monthly
cabinet meeting in Hanoi on July 31, which discussed the draft plan
on educational and training reform, PM Dung asked the plan’s drafting
board to continue adjusting contents, especially those related to
targets, tasks and measures for the reform.

He also urged the
cabinet’s members to contribute opinions in writing to the plan. The
drafting board was requested to collect opinions and report them to the
Government’s Party committee for further debating before submitting to
the Party Central Committee for approval.

At the meeting,
participants gave their opinions on key contents of the plan, such as
raising efficiency of investment for education development; new
methods and forms of tests and examinations to evaluate the quality of
education, developing the national education and training system along
the direction of life-long learning and a learning society.

The discussion also focused on financial policies and mechanisms for the
sector and public contribution to education development.

Cabinet members asserted that along with improving quality of tertiary
education, it is necessary to train a skilled labour force, thus
correcting the imbalanced in the structure of training, improving
quality and efficiency of science research.

With five parts
and 7 addendums, the draft plan aims to create fundamental changes in
educational quality and efficiency and overcome shortcomings in the
field, serving as the main driving force of sustainable development in
the country.-VNA

By vivian