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Joy of success: (From left) Chong, Ong and Khor sharing their experiences with Tan and Chua.

Trio make good with VTAR cert

23 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: Three Malaysians whose lives were changed by a government-funded apprenticeship programme in the furniture industry are encouraging other young Malaysians to follow in their footsteps.

Better ways to boost English than CATs, say teachers

23 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: Some teachers are questioning the efficacy of the Cambridge Accessible Tests (CATs).

MEF: Rural students ignoring English even if it’s a boon to landing a job

23 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: Although bosses are saying a good command of English will improve one’s chances of landing a job, many rural students are ignoring this tip.

Kuala Lumpur is Asean’s cheapest city

23 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur is the least expensive city in Asean to live in, while Singapore remains the world’s most expensive.

112 MPs pledge support for Child Sexual Crimes Bill

22 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: It’s official – The Star’s R.AGE team has collected enough pledges from MPs to ensure new laws against child sexual crimes are passed.

Chong (third from left) handed out allocations for 106 schools during the ceremony in Menglembu.

Funding for the future of schools

22 March 2017

CHINESE schools in Perak are set to benefit from the 2016 allocation of RM5.54 million from the Education Ministry.

Ong (centre) and Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman President Prof Datuk Dr Chuah Hean Teik (fourth from left) posing for a group photograph with valedictorians during the university’s 24th convocation ceremony in Kampar last week.

Minister: An educated work force is vital for country’s continued progress

22 March 2017

He said education remains the most important component in the nation’s investment ecosystem, adding that if Malaysia is to bring in investors, it must first have a skilled workforce.

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Chong: Shortage of Chinese teachers mainly in administrative posts

21 March 2017

PUTRAJAYA: The shortage of tea­chers at Chinese primary schools is mainly in administrative positions and as such, it could be resolved by June.

CATs the way for students to learn English

21 March 2017

PUTRAJAYA: Rural students will be the first to experience a new way to learn English using the Cambridge Accessible Tests (CATs).

Official line-up: Idris (seventh from left) posing for a group photo with vice-chancellors from the eight universities. With them are, fifth from left onwards: Higher Education Ministry director-general Datin Dr Siti Hamisah Tapsir and secretary-general Tan Sri Dr Noorul Ainur Mohd Nur, MQA chairman Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Dr Abu Hassan Othman and chief executive officer Prof Datuk Dr Rujhan Mustafa (fifth from right).

Eight more learning institutions awarded self-accreditation status

21 March 2017

PUTRAJAYA: Another eight higher learning institutions have been awarded self-accreditation status.

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