Thank you for visiting,

My name is Duc Hoang, Director of EdLab Asia, Vietnam.

For years, I play critical roles in forming new educational policies through my works with Vietnamese Government bodies, local and international NGOs. Also, I am organizing a learning community of more than 15,000 K-12 teachers for free. Significant numbers of educational and social projects have been spread out from those communities.

As the game-changer in K-12 education and teacher education, I have been honored Forbes’ 30under30 (2020), and HundrED’s global innovator (2021).

To discuss anything towards better education, please drop me a message via duc@edlabasia.org.

With enterprising regards from Hanoi, Vietnam.

Anh-Duc. Hoang (MSc., PMP)

Educator | Activist | Strategist

My Commitments

A small bridge that connects teachers and future

Membership & Services​

9/2021 – Present

British Council’s Future Leaders Connect Fellow

6/2021 – 7/2021

Vietnam-Australia Young Leadership Dialogue, Vietnam’s Delegate

4/2021 – Present

Web of Science Academy, Mentor

1/2021 – Present

Journal of Comparative and International Higher Education, Regional Editor, East Asia

9/2020 – Present

STAR Scholars Network, Associate Country Director, Vietnam

1/2020 – Present

Vietnam School of Sustainable Development, Co-organizer

9/2019 – Present

Global Young Vietnamese Scholars Network, Board of Management

5/2018- Present

NAFSA Association of International Educators, Member, Referee for Annual Conference

1/2018- Present

European Association of Science Editors, Collaborating Partner

Selected Works

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Reimers., F. (2021). Letters to a new Minister of Education (translated by Hoang, A.D., Le, A.V.). Hanoi, Vietnam: Dan Tri Publishing House.

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Duong, B. H., Hoang, A. D., & Bui, T. M. H. (2021). General Education in Vietnam: Challenges, Innovation, and Change. Knowledge Publishing House.

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Hoang, A. D. (2020). Pandemic and teacher retention: empirical evidence from expat teachers in Southeast Asia during COVID-19. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 40(9,10).

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Hoang, A.D.*, Pham, H.H., Nguyen, Y.C., Nguyen, L.K.N., Vuong, Q.H., Dam, Q.M., Tran, T., Nguyen, T.T. (2020). Introducing a tool to gauge curriculum quality under Sustainable Development Goal 4: The case of primary schools in Vietnam. International Review of Education, 66(4).

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Ho, M. T., La, V. P., Nguyen, M. H., Pham, T. H., Vuong, T. T., Vuong, H. M., H.H., Pham, A.D., Hoang, & Vuong, Q. H. (2020). An analytical view on STEM education and outcomes: Examples of the social gap and gender disparity in Vietnam. Children and Youth Services Review, 105650.

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Hoang, A. D. (2019). Fantastic Educational Gaps and Where to Find Them: LERB–A Model to Classify Inequity and Inequality. Journal of International Education and Practice2(04). Read more.
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Hoang, A.D., To, T.D.Q. (2019). Project-based Learning handbook. Vietnam Education Publishing House. Get one copy.

On the Media

My Partners & Clients

"Not everything can be taught
but everything can be learned!"
A. D. Hoang
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