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23 November 2014

THE Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) results will be released next Wednesday. Pupils can collect the results from their school after 10am that day, said the Examinations Syndicate in a statement.

Let me try: A boy attempts to answer a question while Yeoh (second from left), looks on.

Bringing new projects to schools

23 November 2014

IN The technology and education circles, FrogAsia is arguably a well-known name.

Calling all talented artists

23 November 2014

ARE you a student who’s also a comic artist? Here’s your chance to show your talent.

Writers-in-training: Janice (first from left) meeting Jinnyboy during an event she covered with her brother (third from left) and another Starstruck writer.

Starstruck by writing

23 November 2014

As a Starstruck! writer, JANICE CHAI XIN HUI has had the honour of seeing her work spring to life and published in the stuff@school pullout.

Contributor: Babyshark, 16, Kuala Lumpur

Comic Corner

23 November 2014

Contributor: Babyshark, 16, Kuala Lumpur

Shutterbugs at work: Visitors snapping away to get the best shot of the male panda, Xing Xing at Zoo Negara. – File photo

Of education and ethics

23 November 2014

What good is a degree if young graduates choose to ignore their responsibilities and values soon after they move up the career ladder?

It’s a deal: Lee (left) and Ezani at the signing ceremony.

An international standard

23 November 2014

KUEN Cheng High School has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Eshia & Associates Sdn Bhd as the first school in the country to adopt the TOEFL Junior Standard test, part of the TOEFL Young Students Series, for all its Junior One incoming students.

Institutions must treat lecturers well

23 November 2014

A letter from RAJASAKRAN T, Hong Kong

Making schools truly M’sian

23 November 2014

A letter from SAMUEL JESUIAH, Seremban

Experience counts:  Prof Rujhan has served for over 20 years as an  an academician and administrator in higher education.

New head for MQA

23 November 2014

PROF Datuk Dr Rujhan Mustafa has been appointed as Malaysian Qualifications Agency chief executive officer.

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