MOTIVATION POLICY FOR TEACHERS IN VIETNAM'S UNIVERSITIES

  • Nguyen Kim Dung Thai Nguyen University of Technology
  • Pham Thu Trang Thai Nguyen University of Technology
Keywords: Policy, lecturers, universities, Vietnam

Abstract

Recently, the implementation of policies to create motivation to develop teachers at university has achieved good results, gradually creating a favorable legal environment for organizing and implementing development goals both in quantity, quality and structure. However, in addition to the achieved aspects, the implementation of policies with lecturers at universities is still limited, inadequate, directly affecting the implementation of policy objectives. The correct assessment of the current status of policy implementation for lecturers is an important factor in order to provide effective solutions and propose solutions to improve policy contents.

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Author Biographies

Nguyen Kim Dung, Thai Nguyen University of Technology
Pham Thu Trang, Thai Nguyen University of Technology

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Published
2019-05-17
How to Cite
Nguyen Kim Dung, & Pham Thu Trang. (2019). MOTIVATION POLICY FOR TEACHERS IN VIETNAM’S UNIVERSITIES. IJRDO - Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research (ISSN: 2456-2971), 4(5), 01-07. Retrieved from https://ijrdo.org/index.php/sshr/article/view/2853