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MORE than 98% of students in Johor took part in home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) sessions when schools were closed amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
PENANG government has tabled a budget of RM935.22mil themed ‘Accelerating Penang2030’ for next year, with a projected deficit of RM449.80mil.
SELANGOR residents who are either victims of domestic violence or know of a neighbour or friend who is exposed to such abuse will now have the new SELamat 24-hour helpline to call for help.
THE student dropout rate in Johor has reduced considerably since the Covid-19 pandemic hit last year, says state education, information, heritage and culture committee chairman Mazlan Bujang.
SOME 141 female entrepreneurs in Johor including single mothers have been given assistance in the form of equipment to facilitate their businesses this year.
THE proposal on income tax exemption to those seeing professionals for their mental health will encourage more to seek help.
EIGHT-year-old Afina Azirah Irwan Shah’s mother Zaliza Sezali is a single parent who is unemployed and wondering how she is going to manage her children’s back-to-school preparations.
CONTINUING its commitment to provide greater access to the Internet and digital learning, Maxis is contributing refurbished desktops to several schools and community centres as part of the #MyBaikHati initiative.
ONGOING programmes on cyber security awareness are important to ensure children and teenagers protect themselves from potential harm.