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Things are looking up for the private education sector which is now seen as an equal partner and a key engine of growth for the country, reports GAVIN GOMEZ

IT was no coincidence that Education Minister Tan Sri Musa Mohamad opened and delivered keynote addresses for two conferences on private education this week. 

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