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 November 1, 2018  Posted by  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Le Hoang, Vuong Linh, Phan Anh report:

The expulsion and suspension of high school students in central Vietnam based on their private conversations has sparked controversy.

Eight 15-year-old students from the same class in Nguyen Trai High School, Thanh Hoa Province, were punished for “using social networks to tarnish teachers’ dignity and credibility, negatively affecting the school’s educational functions,” its principal Bui Nguyen Tien said Wednesday

Tien said a female student was caught using a mobile phone in class on October 1. The phone was confiscated by the teacher present in the class at the time and given to the class’s homeroom teacher.

The homeroom teacher noticed that the phone was unlocked, checked its contents and discovered a Facebook group chat in which the students criticized the school and its teachers.

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