Forecasting the Results of Students Attending School in Vietnam by Geographical Area

Forecasting the Results of Students Attending School in Vietnam by Geographical Area

Van, Son Huynh Minh, Hong Nguyen Thi Vinh, Khuong Nguyen Vinh, Loc Sam Thien, Vu Giang, International Journal of Education and Practice (2019)

This study attempts to forecast the results of school students in Vietnam by geographical region analysis. Results show variations between regions. In the Red River Delta region, it is forecast that in the decade 2015 to 2025, the number of children attending school will increase slightly. In the Midlands and Northern Mountains region, the average number of children attending school should increase gradually by 2.4 percent over five years. In the North Central and Central Coast regions, student numbers have increased and decreased erratically. In the Central Highlands, there has been an average rate increase of 3.45 percent over five years. In the Southeast region, student numbers at all levels are expected to increase by an average of 3.9 percent over five years. In the Mekong Delta region, student numbers are expected to increase by one percent over five years but experience a 1.8 percent reduction by 2035. These data will be critical to planning for the education sector in the coming decades.

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