Recent and archived articles by Rebecca Rajaendram
MAXIS will now open its eKelas programme to include students from Year Six as well as Forms Four and Five.
Teaching assistants under the Fulbright programme return home after helping students in rural schools with their English proficiency
KUALA LUMPUR: Employers who help settle their employees’ National Higher Education Fund Corporation loans will receive a tax exemption Jan 1 onwards.
PETALING JAYA: Students feel that it will be easier for them to wear black shoes and socks to school and keep them clean.
SHAH ALAM: The media should focus on creating more educational content that will spread “positive vibes”, says Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik.
IT was a totally unexpected blessing when a PhD student discovered she was pregnant, twice, while completing a double PhD.
PETALING JAYA: It is not a good idea to use hotel swimming pools for swimming lessons says the Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH).
HULU LANGAT: In a bid to promote water safety among children, Dr Maszlee Malik has urged hotels to allow schools to use their swimming pools. But many, even hoteliers, are deeply concerned over the safety aspect of such a move.
TWO students used to sleep in their car or nap in quiet corners on campus when they first started pitching their product to potential partners.
Dr Maszlee Malik tells StarEducate why he won’t be ‘shoe’-ed away from fixing the nation’s education sector.