Luong Son district, Hoa Binh province has developed a lot of solutions to mobilize resources to invest in education and training infrastructure according to national standards associated with the implementation of the new rural development program.

Up to now, the number of schools meeting national standards in Luong Son district is 39/43 schools, reaching 90.7% (preschool 20/21 schools; secondary schools 19/22 schools). There are 5 schools meeting national standards level 2.

The remaining schools have been allocated funds by the District People's Committee to reform and create facilities according to school standards that meet national standards. It is expected that by the end of 2023, 4 more schools will be recognized.

Luong Son district is continuing to mobilize resources to build schools that meet national standards in association with the implementation of the new rural development program for the period 2020 - 2025, striving to have 100% of schools meet national standards by 2025. In which, over 20% of schools meet national level 2 standards.

 

 


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