Research on autonomy and accountability of high schools in Vietnam

https://doi.org/10.21744/ijllc.v7n6.1946

Authors

  • Tran Trung Tinh National Academy of Education Management - Ministry of Education and Training, 31st, Phan Dinh Giot street, Thanh Xuan Dist, Ha Noi city, Vietnam

Keywords:

accountability, autonomous schools, autonomy, high quality schools

Abstract

Currently, the education and training in the Vietnam sector have had specific policies and actions in which to attach importance to the renewal of the management mechanism for high schools in the direction that schools are more and more autonomous in their mission implementation, improve the quality of education. International experience shows that one of the solutions to improve the quality of public high schools is to gradually increase autonomy for schools in the following areas: autonomy in program and education plan; autonomy in using finance and facilities; autonomy in recruitment, human resource management; autonomy in educational goals and quality. The paper presents the research on the model of autonomous public high schools in Vietnam in the context of the implementation of the Education Law 2019 and the 2018 high school program.

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Published

2021-10-16

How to Cite

Tinh, T. T. (2021). Research on autonomy and accountability of high schools in Vietnam. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture, 7(6), 459-467. https://doi.org/10.21744/ijllc.v7n6.1946

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