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Fun lessons: Wynkids sessions incorporate games and activities.

Nurturing kids to be the best they can be

19 September 2014

DANNY Loo used to have difficulty concentrating in class and would take more time than usual to complete his homework.

Higher Education Department director-general Prof Datuk Dr Asma Ismail speaking during the opening of Regional Focal Points (Asia) meeting at Sains@USM in Bukit Jambul, Penang. STAR PIC BY : ZAINUDIN AHAD / 17 Sept 2014 / Reporter: Andy

D-G: Online learning the way of the future

19 September 2014

STUDENTS should explore education with the latest technology and distance learning methods, says Higher Education Department director-general Prof Datuk Dr Asma Ismail (pic).

Two more teachers arrested in connection with UPSR leaks

19 September 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Two more teachers were arrested in connection with the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) Science and English examination papers.

Into a project: Secondary school students taking part in fun activities in Curtin's campus, Miri.

All lined up for a day of educational fun

18 September 2014

MIRI: Hundreds of secondary school students will be going to Curtin University of Technology Sarawak campus here this Saturday for a day of educational fun during the university’s Open Day.

To sir, with love: Students wishing Ng well during his retirement ceremony at the school in Bagan Ajam, Butterworth.

Touching farewell for principal

18 September 2014

SMK St Mark Butterworth principal Ng Hook Waah was given a rousing send-off on a four-wheel drive on the last day of his 34-year teaching career.

Students from Sekolah Pendidikan Khas Tanjung Bungah working on a computer during their participation in the Maxis Cyberkids Programme organised by Maxis Bhd.



Pix by LO TERN CHERN / 6 Sept 2014 / STAR.

Hoping to lead a life of service

17 September 2014

DEAF since a bout of fever at age one, Hoshi Ooi Wei Chun, now 18, is determined to graduate and continue serving the hearing-impaired community as a teacher.

Panel has three months for proposals

17 September 2014

TUMPAT: The independent committee to review standard operating procedures for public examinations has three months to submit recommendations to further improve the operations of the Malaysian Examination Syndicate (MES).

It’s only about the four

17 September 2014

OUR Page One headline, “Teachers or cheaters?” (The Star, Sept 15), is specific to the errant teachers arrested by the police for their alleged involvement in the leak of the UPSR papers.

Nine-man panel to review SOP for public examinations

16 September 2014

PUTRAJAYA: A nine-member committee to review the standard ope­rating procedures for public examinations will be set up by the Education Ministry in light of the UPSR leaks.

100 more spots for medical students

16 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: One hundred places for students wanting to pursue medicine have been specially created by the Education Ministry following an uproar when only 418 places for medical courses were offered in local universities this year.

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