The National Assembly member proposed to postpone the increase in tuition fees
According to delegate Nhi, from the school year 2022/2023, tuition fees will increase according to Decree No. 81/2021 of the Government on the mechanism of collection and management of tuition fees for educational institutions in the national and government education systems. books on tuition fee exemption and reduction, support for study expenses; services in the field of education and training.
Accordingly, the new tuition rate of many public schools, especially the new self-governing schools, will be adjusted in the direction of an increase of 3-5 times compared to the old tuition rate.
Delegate Nguyen Thi Yen Nhi (Ben Tre delegation)
“Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Kim Son said that the ministry has sent documents to localities to consider the roadmap to increase tuition fees.
But I suggest that, in the current conditions, people’s lives are still very difficult, especially due to the impact of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, so it is necessary to postpone the increase in tuition fees, at least next year. . This is to create conditions for children to go to school, and people’s lives are less miserable,” said Ms. Nguyen Thi Yen Nhi.
Ban on selling reference books in schools?
Also related to educational content, this morning, delegate Thai Van Thanh (Nghe An union) expressed his views on the proposal to replicate the textbook library model and the issue of supplementary books and reference books, whether there is a need set.
Delegate Thai Van Thanh (Nghe An Union) expressed his views on the proposal to replicate the textbook library model
According to Mr. Thanh, supplementary and reference books are these books depending on the conditions and needs of students and parents, so they are not required to buy.
Taking a practical example in the locality, delegate Thai Van Thanh said that the local education sector has advised the Provincial People’s Committee to build a textbook library model based on the method of the state and the people working together, the province will spend part of the budget to equip the school with textbooks.
Along with that, calling and mobilizing businesses and textbook publishers for schools, calling on students of the previous class to donate books to build a library of textbooks. This will help students in difficult circumstances, ethnic minority areas, mountainous areas have books to study and books used many times will avoid waste.
Thereby, delegate Thai Van Thanh suggested that the Ministry of Education and Training replicate this model in localities across the country to support students in difficult circumstances, students in ethnic minority areas, mountainous areas have books to learn.
Debating with delegate Thai Van Thanh about reference books, delegate Nguyen Lan Hieu (Hanoi delegation, director of Hanoi Medical University Hospital) said that delegate Thai Van Thanh’s proposal was “necessary.” tell people that reference books do not need to be purchased”.
Delegate Nguyen Lan Hieu suggested that the sale of reference books should be banned in schools
Delegate Nguyen Lan Hieu said that reference books should be understood according to their true nature as its name is “for reference only”. But now, the problem is that if there are reference books for sale, all parents will buy them for their children with friends and friends. Mr. Hieu emphasized that “this reference book is a great benefit for publishers”.
Therefore, it is necessary to minimize this type of book. Many experienced educators in the world have shown that reference books are only used by teachers to enrich their lessons. Primary school students do not need reference books.
Therefore, delegate Nguyen Lan Hieu suggested that the sale of reference books should be banned in schools. “Innovation of textbooks is very right, but the way to do it has not created healthy competition. There will be better and cheaper products and stand the test of time, choose a clear and scientific way of doing it, then textbooks will. will return to its proper and solemn position,” emphasized delegate Nguyen Lan Hieu.
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