Nguyen Thi Lan Phuong The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences 101 Tran Hung Dao, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
In the trend of globalization, any education system cannot stand alone but must integrate, cannot be closed but must interact with the international environment. UNESCO’s guiding ideology is to build four pillars “Learning to know, Learning to do, Learning to Live and Learning to Be” and building an education “All people can learn and learn for life”. Renovating education and training in the direction of openness and international integration has been implemented by the education sector as follows: Completing the national education system towards openness and international integration; capacity building of teachers and administrators; renovating educational programs towards capacity development; focusing on training human resources, especially high-quality human resources to meet the requirements of international integration; renovating educational management in the direction of openness and international integration; strengthening the application of ICT in educational management and teaching; improving the quality and effectiveness of educational scientific research according to international standards; as well as enhancing the management of education under the leadership of the Party and the State.
: Open education
international integration
international integration in education
education innovation.

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