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Education has been our bone of contention for ages

LETTER | We simply don't trust the government and the politicians in charge.

by P Dev Anand Pillai
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RM78m allocated to rehabilitate 30 dilapidated schools in Sabah

Guan Eng hopes the funds could help school buildings that have been neglected for over 15 years.

by Bernama
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Minister to meet Penang mufti over call for more Shiite teachings

Maszlee Malik to discuss with the mufti on including relevant teachings in the Islamic studies syllabus.

by Yasmin Ramlan
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Revenue from foreign students expected to grow to RM15.6 billion

The average expenditure of a foreign student in Malaysia is about RM46,000 per annum.

by Bernama
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Improve BM mastery to achieve unity, says Education Ministry rep

Shamsudin Mohamad says using national language in education sector is imperative for anchoring nation's identity and strength. 

by Faisal Asyraf
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Private companies encouraged to contribute more to higher learning institutions

Education Minister Maszlee Malik said their tax-exempted contributions would help reduce the financial burden on the institutions.

by Bernama
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Is a single-stream school system the solution to national unity?

COMMENT | Is there empirical evidence that a single-stream schooling system could foster national unity?

by Helen Ting
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Schools in nine Sarawak districts forced to close due to haze

State deputy education director says, however, that the UPSR will go on as scheduled.

by Bernama
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'Lack of awareness sees education left by the wayside for Orang Asli'

Jakoa director Juli Edo says education often neglected because most still struggling to earn a living.

by Bernama
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University mergers are a welcome development, private ones should be included

LETTER | The proposed merger of UniSZA with UMT will hopefully signal the start of a long-awaited structural reform of higher education.

by Geoffrey Williams
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Students take over Parliament, speaker says they debate better than MPs

Ariff applauds youths for their succinct and substantive arguments, void of insults.

by Annabelle Lee
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Gov't eyes using recorded lessons in schools - Dr M

The aim is not only to educate students but to improve the knowledge of teachers

by Bernama
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UPSI denies using science camp test info to kidnap children

Vice-chancellor Mohammad Shatar says university will take legal action against those spreading false news. 

by Bernama
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Maszlee emphasises teachers' role in response to actress Jyothika's letter

Minister says many local teachers watched Indian film, hopes they will be 'real changemaker' in M'sian education system. 

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After 40 years, UM students revive orientation week convoy

The tradition had ended with the implementation of UUCA, but new amendments allow students more political freedom.

by Fion Yap
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TAR UC students show loyalty by joining Wataniah

COMMENT | Joining the Territorial Army shows that Chinese youth are willing to sacrifice for the country.

by Pamela Yong
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