Regulations on dividing regions to calculate teacher quotas in Vietnam

Regulations on dividing regions to calculate teacher quotas in Vietnam
Trần Thanh Rin

On October 30, 2023, the Minister of Education and Training issued Circular 20/2023/TT-BGDĐT providing guidance on job positions, structure of public employees according to professional titles, and quotas on the number of people working in general education establishments and public specialized schools in Vietnam.

Regulations on dividing regions to calculate teacher quotas in Vietnam 

Regulations on dividing regions to calculate teacher quotas are as follows:

- Region 1: Communes of Region II and Region III, according to current regulations, belong to ethnic minority and mountainous areas; communes with particularly difficult coastal areas; Communes with particularly difficult socio-economic conditions; island communes, island communes, border communes, and safety zone communes according to the Government's regulations;

- Region 2: Region I communes (except wards and towns) according to current regulations belong to ethnic minority and mountainous areas;

- Region 3: Wards and towns in Region I according to current regulations in ethnic minority and mountainous areas and the remaining communes, wards, and towns.

The number of students/classes by region as a basis for assigning or approving the number of people working in general education establishments is as follows:

- Region 1: Average of 25 students/class for primary school; average of 35 students/class for middle school and high school;

- Region 2: Average 30 students/class for primary school; average 40 students/class for middle and high school levels;

- Region 3: Average 35 students/class for primary school; average 45 students/class for middle and high school levels;

- The number of students/class of boarding high schools for ethnic minorities and specialized high schools shall comply with regulations in the organization and operation regulations.

Determining the number of students/class is calculated specifically by each educational institution, not by commune, district, or province-level administrative units.

Based on the region division regulations, the Provincial People's Committee directs specialized agencies to identify commune-level units for each region as a basis for calculating teacher quotas for general education establishments. For special cases where the number of students/class must be lower or higher than the regional average, the Provincial People's Committee shall decide on the number of students/class appropriate to reality.

Circular 20/2023/TT-BGDĐT takes effect on December 16, 2023.

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