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KANGAR: The Education Ministry has decided that teachers who refuse Covid-19 vaccination will not be allowed to conduct face-to-face lessons or have any form of interaction with students when schools reopens on Oct 3.
PETALING JAYA: The return of Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin and Datuk Seri Dr Noraini Ahmad as Education Minister and Higher Education Minister will ensure a continuity of policies and plans.
With schools set to reopen in stages from Oct 3, 190,212, Form Five students in Phase Two and Three states of the National Recovery Plan are set to return for face-to-face learning with vaccinations for those below 18 slated to start mid-September.
PETALING JAYA: Making more data available will give parents confidence to register their children for vaccination ahead of schools reopening.
GEORGE TOWN: With face-to-face lessons expected to partially resume in October, many teachers are gearing up to welcome students back to schools after a brief hiatus.A teacher who wished to be known only as Ang, 27, said she would be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 when schools reopened in October, having received her first dose recently.
PETALING JAYA: The National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP) is urging the Education Ministry to improve their standard operating procedures (SOPs) before schools reopen on Oct 3.
PETALING JAYA: Vaccinate students before reopening schools, parents say.
PETALING JAYA: With less than three weeks to go before schools reopen, parents and teachers want the Education Ministry to reconsider the Sept 1 reopening date after new daily cases are not showing any sign of declining.
PETALING JAYA: The higher education sector is hoping that its reopening will be expedited with the start of walk-in vaccinations for those aged 18 and above.
PETALING JAYA: Schools look set to reopen as scheduled with the majority of teachers having received their first vaccination shot.