The Role of the Private Sector in Education in Vietnam

The Role of the Private Sector in Education in Vietnam

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As part of the restructuring of the educational system in 1989, the Vietnamese government implemented policy changes such as promoting the establishment of qpeople'sq and community educational institutions, permitting the establishment of private institutions and transforming public institutions into private ones. Since Vietnam has only recently moved from a centrally planned to a market economy, private schools are still relatively rare in Vietnam. This paper examines the nature of private schooling in Vietnam using data from the 1992-93 Vietnam Living Standards Survey.Fees cover salaries and maintenance, with approximately 80 percent of the fee going for teacher salaries. Very little information is ... students who pay twice the fee. Each school is only permitted to have 25 percent repeating students. This is aanbsp;...

Title:The Role of the Private Sector in Education in Vietnam
Author: Paul Glewwe, Harry Anthony Patrinos
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 1998

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