Nguyen Thi Hang


As one of the forms of social consciousness, morality is seen as a mirror reflecting quite honestly the physical living conditions of society and is determined by those physical conditions. In this article, the author focuses on analyzing a number of solutions to improve the effectiveness of moral education for Vietnamese students in the current international integration context.

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moral education, effectiveness, Vietnamese students, the international integration, schools, family, society, reform

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