Recent and archived articles by Christina Chin
TRUANCY is a long-standing issue in Malaysian schools and if left unaddressed, can lead to serious social ills.
KUALA LUMPUR: Make sure you grab an “apple” at the Star Education Fair today. Quest International University Perak is serving its mix berry mousse that closely resembles a freshly-picked apple.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is no plan to close agencies under the Education Ministry, only overhaul them to boost their efficiency, says Deputy Minister Teo Nie Ching.
PROF Dr Mohd Azraai Kassim (pic), 61, is a soft spoken man. He smiles easily, and has a twinkle in his eyes. But Universiti Teknologi Mara’s (UiTM) new vice-chancellor is no push over. He doesn’t mince his words.
In the first month of this year’s school session alone, the nationwide dropout rate among Orang Asli children was 24.6%. StarEdu speaks to department of Orang Asli development (Jakoa) director-general Datuk Ajis Sitin to find out why.
LOW literacy - especially in English - remains a pressing issue in Malaysia.
THE Education Ministry will make Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) more accessible.
AMIDST a rapidly growing digital industry, the number of students taking Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subject is dropping yearly.
IF you’re aged 15 and above, the Malaysian Examination Council wants to help identify your aptitude and competency.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian students are in shock following the Friday (March 15) terror attacks on two mosques in Christchurch.