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Students in class Form Two Charismatic and Optimistic of SMK Convent Klang, Selangor, have fun with te first issue of the NiE pullout for 2017. Pullouts in hand, they pose for the camera with their English teacher Renuka Viswanathan (in red).

NiE pullout always offers more to learn

18 January 2017

KLANG: The much-anticipated Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout is making a significant difference during English lessons at SMK Convent Klang.

Siti Hamisah is new Higher Education D-G

18 January 2017

PETALING JAYA: Datin Dr Siti Hamisah Tapsir (pic) is the new Higher Education Ministry director-general.

Eager to learn: Pupils of Year Six Maju of SK Puteri Pandan 1 poring over the first issue of ‘Step Up’ for this year as Noor Selina supervises them.

Tips on how to think outside the box

17 January 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: It wasn’t a counselling session or psychology lesson but pupils of Year Six Maju of SK Puteri Pandan 1 here have to delve deep into their emotions during their English class as they scrutinised a photograph of an emotional child.

Mahdzir delivers his new year message to ministry staff.

Changes to state, district offices

17 January 2017

Minimising the workload of teachers, implementation of a new secondary curriculum and a revised one for primary schools are among the changes announced in the Education Ministry’s new year message.

Do you... know that Malaysia will be an ageing nation by 2035 when 15% of its population will be aged 60 years or more?

17 January 2017

By 2020, about 10% of Malaysians are projected to be aged 60 and above.

Write it right

15 January 2017

The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout is looking for Form Six and pre-university students to contribute essays to our Earn Your Band 6 column.

Seeking and securing study funds

15 January 2017

YOU can’t pursue higher education if you don’t have the funds for it. And this is exactly what drove thousands of school-leavers to hunt down the best scholarships available at the Star Education Fair 2017.

The China Pavilion featuring six Chinese tertiary institutions had its fair share of visitors and prospective students.

China, the new kid on the block

15 January 2017

WAN Amir Akram Datuk Zainal Abidin and Elly Jasmin Aminuddin made a beeline towards the fair’s China Pavilion as soon as the doors opened

A tailbone fracture did not deter Shaheera Qistina from attending the fair.

Positive feedback from all parties

15 January 2017

STUDENTS and their parents have found the Star Education Fair helpful as it answered questions about their study and career options. Just as pleased were education providers whose booths were well patronised by visitors at the event.

Focus on safety and education reaping results

15 January 2017

Academic scores have improved in Thailand’s restive south, thanks to the efforts of its deputy education minister.

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