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Young, hopeful and discerning Malaysian youth say that political education is a must
The journey of one Malaysian from Kelantan shows what is possible, given the opportunities and possibilities we have today.
Lives and livelihoods will be lost, but as long as we work together, we can bounce back.
Despite online learning being part of Malaysia’s education system, the Covid-19 crisis has shown that educators need to step up
EVERY Monday, all of us at my primary school SK Taman Bukit Maluri in Kuala Lumpur would gather in front of school for our weekly assembly.
Young Malaysian researchers are eager to use their knowledge to solve society’s problems. Can they get the financial support (and more) needed to realise their potential?
Malaysia’s position as a top destination for higher education is facing intense global competition. What can be done to gain the respect of international students and retain these global talents? A research team appointed by the Education Ministry needs your feedback.