April 20, 2022 11:30 GMT+7
The hot social network transmits a chat that is believed to be from a group of Hanoi parents about the school “blocking the way” to the public 10th grade entrance exam for students with average academic ability.
According to this group of parents, currently a number of secondary schools in Hanoi have prevented the public entrance exam to grade 10 for students who are considered to have good average academic performance. Specifically, the school requires students’ parents to sign a commitment not to take the public 10th grade exam but to attend private or vocational schools to avoid affecting the school’s performance.
This information immediately caused anger in the public because most people thought that the school’s request was too unreasonable and unruly, completely anti-educational.
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Ms. Nguyen Ha Anh (Cau Giay District) said: “The right to study and enter any school is your right, the school has no reason to force you not to take the public 10th grade exam. This needs to stop immediately because the school can’t interfere like that.”
Many people also think that it is unacceptable to ask students with low academic ability not to take the public 10th grade exam just because of the school’s performance. The school’s mission is to teach and to put students’ learning interests first.
However, many parents also said that the fact that the school “blocks the way” for students to take the public 10th grade exam with students with poor academic performance is not a new thing but has happened for several years.
A Hanoi parent who once had a child in grade 9 said: “In order to ensure achievement, many schools organize student quality surveys by giving difficult exams so that students with average academic ability get poor marks.
Based on that point, the school requires teachers to work with parents about their children’s inability to take the 10th grade public exam, thereby mobilizing students not to take the 10th grade exam with the aim of eliminating these students in the first place so as not to compromise performance.”
It is known that the chat spread on social networks reflects the incident at Dich Vong Secondary School (Cau Giay District, Hanoi). However, PV Infonet contacted the school leaders but no one answered the phone.
Meanwhile, information about Dich Vong Secondary School and Nghia Tan Secondary School (Cau Giay District) has a phenomenon of teachers asking students in grade 9 with poor academic performance to transfer schools and not take the exam to enter grade 10 of public high schools, Education and Training in Cau Giay district said that it has directly worked with two schools and checked the records at the school.
The department also directly verified from some parents, all parents confirmed that there was no forced transfer by the school.
Regarding this incident, talking to PV Infonet, a representative of the Hanoi Department of Education and Training said: “Right after receiving the information, right this morning, the Department issued a document directing the districts, districts and towns. about this and ask the Cau Giay Department of Education and Training to report specifically”.
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