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- Dec 18, 2019
Appreciating our nation’s history
A visit to our country’s many museums is a must for secondary-school students for they cannot fully appreciate Malaysian history just by...
- Apr 19, 2019
Are we teaching or punishing our students?
Examination-centric education kills creativity. It produces passive students and diminishes their skills. In fact, low skill development...
- Jun 25, 2018
Towards revamping the education system
We were stunned when Pakatan Harapan emerged a clear winner in the 14th general election. But even more stunning was Prime Minister Tun...
- Nov 23, 2017
Chong: We must keep an open mind over reintroducing English-medium govt schools
More open and calm discussions must be held first before reintroducing English-medium government schools, says Datuk Chong Sin Woon. The...
- Nov 20, 2017
Employing best practices to transform the education system
Best practices, strategies, tactics that work to achieve greater performance for students and schools should not just be a showcase of...
- Nov 12, 2017
The sisters’ education crusade in Malaysia
No one would treasure the legacy of the Christian sisters more than the sisters themselves, so the controversy over the three convent...
- Oct 5, 2017
Parents: Can teachers cope with new standards?
PETALING JAYA: Stakeholders welcome the use of imported textbooks, but are sceptical about whether teachers will be able to cope with the...
- Jan 3, 2017
PAGE welcome changes to curriculum
Parent Action Group for Education or PAGE is all for the revised Standard Based Curriculum for Secondary Schools (KSSM) and Standard...
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