(Education) Vietnam’s education model creates a host of problems for young students. Provide a detailed analysis of the scope of these problems. Advise renovation.
The conquest of Vietnam began in 1858 and ended in 1884. Vietnam was part of Indochina in 1887 but gained their independence after World War II. France continued to rule it until 1954 when it was defeated by communist forces under Ho Chi MINH. From that point forward under the Geneva Accords, they were divided into the communist north, and the anti-communist south. US aid grew in the south in the 1960’s to try and boost the government, but they were pulled out following a cease-fire agreement in 1973. Two years later the North Vietnamese forces took over, reuniting the country under communist rule (CIA, 2014).
Asian Americans may also be discouraged to go into pre-collegiate teaching because they feel a sense of personal inadequacy. In the United States, school is seen as a social service mission, where teachers, who are primarily female, are tasked to teach students, especially those from working-class and immigrant backgrounds, middle-class values. Chinese tradition, in contrast, has different views on schooling. This tradition brings schooling to the local community with preexisting hierarchies. Teachers, who are primarily male, maintain this status quo by upholding strict intellectual standards determined by elite members of society. These teachers are revered as experts—scholars who screen local school children to see if they are capable of
Because of the significant impact of education to economic development over the years, early scholars even acknowledged education as a very relevant form of investment in human capital and continue to propose means to
Education plays a catalytic role in socio economic development of a country, education is not only an economic variable but is also socio economic variable. Education is the principal tool of social, development and unless all societies are provided with the right for of education, adequate in quantity and quality, it will not be possible to tackle satisfactorily the problems of
Education is a process by which values are assimilated. Same values that lead us to achieve intellectual knowledge about rights, laws, and history. Education is intrinsically important to development because it makes people competent and skilled. At national, regional and international levels competent and skilled people are an important element of society; because more prepared people mean greater contributions to society. These are also important characteristics to avoid making the same mistakes and to reach higher incomes based on production. This is why education is considered important for social and economic development of a country. A country that doesn’t make education a priority is doomed to fade into mediocrity. In the wealth or poverty of a country depends on the quality of education. It is necessary to dignify education; a prepared populations is competitive, which attracts foreign investment that benefits production and at the same time it also benefits incomes.
The Vietnam War was one of the most controversial wars the United States has been involved in. While some individuals supported the war effort, many individuals began protesting the war as early as February of 1965 (History.com Staff, 2010). Despite this controversy, the amount of wounded soldiers and causalities, as well as the brutality and adversity experienced by the military personnel objectively describes the nature of the United States’ involvement in this war. Most military personnel who experienced combat were subjected multiple traumatic events (i.e., ambushes, booby traps, a harsh climate, relentless enemy, limited sleep, and unclear objectives; Alpha History, 2016). As such, the remainder of this paper will address background information about Vietnam veterans, common Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) screening measures, common PTSD-related symptoms in the Vietnam population, and PTSD-related treatments for the Vietnam veteran population.
Vietnam is a developing country and its education is developing as well but there are still many limitations such as corruption, outdated curriculum and so on. However, I still chose to believe in the education in Vietnam, therefore when I finished high school, I entered the marine university at finance accounting department. During my time at that university, I realized my belief was wrong because most students in Vietnam after graduation were unemployed because of lack of skills. In particular, according to Dantri (2016) is the prestigious education electronic media website in Vietnam, in the first quarter of 2016, the country has 225,000 people with bachelor's degree and master degree are unemployment. Subsequently, I decided to study abroad and the question is which country can I choose to study abroad. I have done some research to find a good educated and suitable country for me, finally I chose the United Kingdom. The first reason is the UK has ranking in second place for higher education (Teleghraph, 2016). Secondly, UK is one of the most convenient environment to study English and the cost to study in UK is reasonable. The last reason is environment in UK is safer than some countries, namely the UK ranks 13th among the 23 safest countries to live in the world (Payne, 2016).
the lowest levels of education have the highest rates of unemployment. So a stronger appliance of the educational system can steer society towards positive growth, centered around a successfully working unit that can produce better workers and create greater welfare. On the other hand, these workers will also create a more productive society that will eventually cause GDP per capita levels to increase, as well as economic expansion and the international status of the country in general. Education can very well create highly skilled workers, but that doesn’t eliminate the fact that the quantity of working positions
Vietnam as a whole faced many troubles. Such as the North Vietnam aiding rebels who opposed to the government of South Vietnam; which fought the rebels with U.S. aid and advisory personnel. The number of U.S. forces in South Vietnam had reached more than 543,000 troops. Vietnamese nationalist and Communist, and his Vietminh (Revolutionary League for the Independence of Vietnam) declared Vietnam to be independent. But France was determined to reclaim its former colonial possessions in Indochina. In 1946, war broke out between France and the Vietminh. It finally ended in 1954, following the conquest of the French garrison of Dien Bien Phu by Viet Minh forces in May. In July, the two sides signed peace agreements in Geneva,
Vietnam today is one of the top countries, corruption in Asia. The corruption systems in Vietnam started from inside the high ranking of government in Hanoi, and to local officials.
A challenge I face everyday is that I do not speak the language my mom speaks, which is Vietnamese. One thing that I despise is when someone asks me to translate Vietnamese, or talk to someone that only speaks it. It really irks me when I am forced to do those things because I can barely speak at a comprehensive level. There was a new student in the school from Vietnam, and one of my teachers was aware that I “speak” Vietnamese. This is one of the challenges I have faced, people overestimating me.