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What do 2 schools accused of ‘preventing weak students from entering 10th grade’?

Exchange with VietNamNet, Ms. Nguyen My Hao, Principal of Nghia Tan Secondary School (Cau Giay District), insisted that the school did not hold a meeting with parents, students with weak academic performance, and poor students to discuss whether to transfer schools or not to allow students to register. Sign up for the 10th grade exam.

“The information spread on social networks is known to us and the Department of Education and Training also directs schools in the area to report. As a general request, the school also submitted a report. We have not made any move to force weak, poor students to transfer or not to let them take the exam to enter 10th grade,” said Ms. Hao.

According to Ms. Hao, up to now, the number of 9th grade students who applied to transfer schools had to be voluntary families. All transfer procedures of students are carried out by the school in accordance with regulations.

“This matter, the school must report to the Department of Education and Training of Cau Giay district on a case-by-case basis, not the school that prefers to ask to transfer students,” Ms. Hao informed.

According to Ms. Hao, there are many different reasons for the transfer students, among them some students have very low academic results through regular tests directly at the school. The families of these students themselves realize the risk that their children are not eligible for secondary school graduation and voluntarily apply to transfer to other schools so that their children have the opportunity to study in accordance with their ability.

Ms. Le Thi Thuy Nga, Principal of Dich Vong Secondary School (Cau Giay District) also confirmed that there is no case that the school organizes a consultation meeting for parents to transfer their children to private schools so as not to affect their achievements. school.

For students with weak or poor academic performance, the school’s Board of Directors directs the homeroom teachers to encourage students to try their best from now until the end of the school year.

Ms. Nga said that the school always thinks that choosing learning opportunities belongs to the family. Therefore, always encourage and create the best opportunity for students to have the opportunity to learn.

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A representative of the Department of Education and Training of Cau Giay district said that right after receiving the information reflected on the social network, on the morning of April 20, the Department worked with Dich Vong Secondary School and Nghia Tan Secondary School to verify the information. believe.

Through reports from schools and checking school records, the Cau Giay Department of Education and Training said that the number of students in grade 9 in the 2021-2022 school year of Nghia Tan Secondary School is 729 students (16 classes). The number of students transferring schools from the beginning of the year until now is 25.

The number of students in grade 9 for the 2021-2022 school year of Dich Vong Secondary School is 596 students (12 classes). The number of students transferring schools from the beginning of the year to now is 11.

The transfer students all follow the wishes of the parents due to the relocation, among the transfer students there are students who are classified as Excellent.

The Department of Education and Training also called to verify some parents. As a result, the parents confirmed that there was no case where the school forced the transfer.

According to the Department of Education and Training, schools also do not have a policy to require students who do not do well to transfer schools and do not enter the 10th grade of high school.

In order to help students with average and weak academic performance during the school year, schools require classroom teachers to have regular discussions with students’ parents for coordination between families and schools. . During the school year, the number of parents exchanged by schools was as follows: Dich Vong Middle School: 44 parents/12 classes, Nghia Tan Middle School: 21 parents/16 classes.

The content of the discussions about the student’s learning situation and suggested measures to coordinate between the student’s parents and the school, without forcing students to transfer schools and not High school 10th grade entrance exam.

The Department of Education and Training also said that it regularly directs schools to improve teaching quality and absolutely does not force students with average or weak academic ability to transfer schools, not to participate in the entrance exam for 10th grade. High School. Immediately after receiving feedback online, the Department of Education and Training checked, reviewed and once again directed schools to seriously implement this content.

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