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THE REFORM PROCESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN VIETNAM: PERFORMANCE EFFICIENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY TRANSPARENCY

Authors
  • Carolyn, Tran
Journal
Review of Educational Theory
Publisher
Bilingual Publishing Co
Volume
1
Issue
4
Identifiers
DOI: 10.30564/ret.v1i4.42
Source
Bilingual Publishing
Keywords
License
Green

Abstract

After more than three decades of implementing the Doi Moi policy, Vietnam’s higher education has achieved significant progress, in terms of policies of national reform and strategies of international cooperation. However, the role and position of higher education institutions in the world’s education market are still blurry. Although a number of researchers have highlighted a range of impediments to its development, realistic solutions have not been devised to help Vietnam accelerate its progress in education. The main objectives of this paper are to review reform in government policies pertaining to the development of the higher education sector, discuss the performance efficiency of higher education institutions using statistical analyses based on the findings from recent studies, and propose possible solutions for enhancing performance efficiency and accountability transparency of higher education institutions in the process of the comprehensive renovation of the Vietnamese higher education system

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