Assessing the education gap in Vietnam


Sitting with two support teachers from the International School in Ho Chi Minh City, you can learn a lot about the education gap that divides the public and international schooling system in Vietnam.

Children from across many cultures celebrate their nationality on International Day while Vietnamese children in public schools show respect to their teacher by bowing in the traditional manner.

The curricula are vastly different as well as the teaching methods but does this mean the International School in Ho Chi Minh City offers a better education for children?

Hannah Twiggs investigates.


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Hannah Twiggs

Hannah Twiggs is in her fourth and final year of Communications/Journalism at UQ, majoring in Public Relations. She is a passionate and enthusiastic journalist who has been given the incredible opportunity this year to travel with nine other Journalism students to Vietnam where she will be reporting about the cultural, social and economic growth of the country.

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