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Jan 7, 2018
Let’s protect our educators
PARENTAL groups and educators are in support of the code. Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia (PAGE) chairman Datin Noor Azimah...
Dec 30, 2017
An eventful year for education
TODAY is the last day of 2017. While this is the time to make New Year resolutions, it is also the time to reflect on happenings that...
Nov 14, 2017
Standing together to stop the bullying
KUALA LUMPUR: After a spate of deadly school bullying cases this year, Star Media Group and property developer SP Setia have joined...
Nov 2, 2017
When Students Go To Prison, What Happens?
The thought of being expelled from school used to be enough deterrent to keep kids from behaving badly in school but that doesn't appear...
Aug 28, 2017
These Students Went To The ‘Hotspot’ Schools But Turned Out Just Fine
The leaked ‘hotspot’ schools list involving 402 schools nationwide made its rounds on the internet recently in which the police have...
Aug 18, 2017
Parents and teachers have mixed feelings over ‘hotspot’ schools list
PETALING JAYA: Parents should not be alarmed if their child’s school is on the leaked list of “hotspots”, said Parent Action Group for...
Apr 22, 2017
Stand firm against teachers who assault and victimise students
We refer to "Teacher throws chair nearly breaks boy's head" (Star 21/4/17). PAGE views this incident very seriously. Irrespective of...
Mar 12, 2017
Malaysians' waning respect for educators?
RECENTLY, the Nibong Tebal magistrate’s court in Penang sentenced a mother of three to six months’ jail and fined her RM2,000 for causing...
Dec 5, 2016
We Should Follow The European Way To Curb Mat Rempits From Creating Menace On Our Roads
Mat Rempits have been creating menace on the public roads − doing illegal races, pulling off dangerous stunts and daredevil moves, that...
Nov 20, 2016
Spare the rod, spoil the child?
RECENTLY, pictures of students being made to sit under the sun for going to school late went viral. Parents disapproved of the school’s...