Regarding the incident, on the morning of April 20, the Hanoi Department of Education and Training said: “Immediately after receiving the information, right this morning, the Department issued a document directing the districts and towns about this and asked the Cau Giay Department of Education and Training to report specifically.”
Before the news that Dich Vong Middle School and Nghia Tan Middle School (Cau Giay District) had a phenomenon where teachers asked students in grade 9 who did not perform well to switch schools and did not take the exam to enter the 10th grade in high school. In high school, the Cau Giay District Department of Education and Training said that it had directly worked with two schools and checked the records at the school.
A representative of the Education and Training Department of Cau Giay district added that the unit also directly verified from some parents, the parents of the students all confirmed that there was no forced school transfer by the school.
In the morning of the same day, information from the Ministry of Education and Training said that the Ministry received information about some schools in Hanoi requiring students in grade 9 with poor academic performance to transfer schools or commit not to take the exam. ten.
Leaders of the Ministry of Education and Training have immediately directed functional units to verify and clarify and will ask localities to strictly handle if the above situation exists.
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In fact, the above phenomenon has happened for many years and Lao Dong Newspaper has had many articles reflecting on this issue.
Accordingly, Lao Dong Newspaper has received many feedbacks from parents in Hanoi about how they “wants their children to try their hand at the race for 10th grade in public schools but are forced not to participate”.
Homeroom teachers often meet with parents whose children are not doing well to suggest a transfer or pledge not to take the 10th grade exam.
Parents, although angry, are forced to choose: If they do not apply voluntarily, they are afraid that their children will not be able to graduate and may have to repeat the course for 1 year.
If there are parents who are told directly by the teacher that their children have poor academic performance, if they enter the 10th grade exam, the score will be very low, affecting the school’s overall performance. Because they want their children to graduate from middle school to apply for a private school, parents have to agree to sign the application.
In 2020, after the press got involved, the Hanoi Department of Education and Training also requested verification and a report to be sent to the Department.
When reporting, the schools all said that there was no “forced parents not to let their children take the exam to 10th grade”. Parental application is voluntary.
Elsewhere, the same parents who had previously informed them that they had to write an application for their child not to enter the 10th grade at the request of the homeroom teacher asked the reporter not to continue to provide further information on the incident. . The reason given by the parents is that they want their children to be “safely graduating from high school”.
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