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Many to choose from: Deva with its education bureau chief M Balasubramaniam speaking at the press conference on the upcoming education fair.

MIC to organise education fair to offer options for school leavers

5 March 2015

JOHOR BARU: Students who did not perform well in their STPM and SPM examinations should not let poor results deter them from pursuing higher education.

Happy people: Students in Maktab Sultan Abu Bakar (English College), Johor Baru celebrating after receiving their STPM results on Monday.

More passes in Arts stream

5 March 2015

JOHOR BARU: The performance gap between Form Six students in the urban and rural areas are getting wider based of last years Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia results.

Why tuition centres not exempt from GST?

5 March 2015

A letter from THOMAS KOK, Ipoh

Award co-curricular achievers

5 March 2015

A letter from LIONG KAM CHONG, Seremban

Year One pupils for 2017 can’t be registered yet

5 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: Parents in Selangor who wanted to register their children for Year One in 2017 through the state education department’s online application system have been left frustrated.

Bursaries for students who scored 9A+ or more in SPM

5 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: All students who scored 9A+ and above in the 2014 Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) will receive bursaries from the Education Ministry.

Philip (third left) and his mother, Grace Huong (third right) taking a group photo with Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah (second left) and State education director Serina Sauni (second right).

Ting is king of special needs students

4 March 2015

KUCHING: Achieving excellent Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia results is no obstacle for SMK Sg Maong special needs student Philip Ting Kin Tien.

pix 1: High achievers: SMK St Elizabeth 9As scorers from left Hu, Xin Hui and Yee Hui.

Principal’s mission and vision also contribute to SMK St Elizabeth’s success

4 March 2015

SIBU: SMK St Elizabeth here again achieved remarkable results in the 2014 SPM examination by obtaining the best average grade (GPS) of 2.83, making it the only school in the town to score below 3.0.

New facility: The Marlborough College Malaysia (MCM) has opened a Sixth Form Centre. – Story and photo by NORBAITI PHAHARORADZI.

A centre to Pick for social activities

4 March 2015

NUSAJAYA: Students at a private international college here can benefit from its Sixth Form Centre modelled after the same one in the United Kingdom.

‘A’ possible dream: Sui Teng (left) and Xin Er proudly showing off their result slips at St George’s Girls’ School in Macalister Road, Penang.

Visually impaired girl aspires to teach blind kids

4 March 2015

BEING blind in the right eye and able to see only shadows in the left has not stopped Chew Sui Teng from pursuing her ambition to be a teacher.

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