HCM City to build 4,500 classrooms by 2025
  • |, NLD | March 13, 2024 09:33 AM
HCM City authorities have issued a decision to build 4,500 classrooms spanning from nursery to high school levels by 2025 to achieve the goal of 300 classrooms per ten thousand people.


HCM City has set a goal to ensure 300 classrooms per ten thousand people

HCM City now has 50,650 rooms to serve around 1.70 million pupils from nursery to high school.

Many secondary and primary schools have student numbers exceeding the stipulated limits of 45 students per class for secondary schools and 35 students per class for primary schools.

Classroom shortages are mostly in District 12, Go Vap, Tan Binh, Tan Phu, Binh Tan, Binh Chanh and Hoc Mon and Thu Duc City.

By August 2023, the city had 294 classrooms per ten thousand people compared to the target of 300 classrooms for every ten thousand people by 2025.

According to the HCM City Department of Education and Training, the city sees an annual rise of 10,000-15,000 students per grade. So it is essential for the city to prioritise classroom construction. And they will need over 8,000 new classrooms to meet the number of students by 2025.

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