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Suhakam and the Education Ministry are infusing human rights into the school curriculum. This initiative includes a human rights competition to be launched on March 31. To highlight the event, PROF CHIAM HENG KENG presents the first of a two-part article.
The Education Ministry is cracking down on institutions that offer students a short-cut route to degree programmes but this may prove a monumental effort.
While the pursuit of academic excellence amidst carefree camaraderie is what most students enjoy, relationships at home are often the source of much anxiety and tension, S. INDRAMALAR reports.
The Government has 'deliberately limited' the number of students being sent abroad for higher education because it wants to turn Malaysia into a centre of education excellence for local and foreign students, said Acting Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
AFTER emerging as the country's largest education group early last year, SEG International Bhd set its sights on consolidating its collaborations with various partner universities for a bigger slice of the education market. Gavin Gomez reports.
HE was the son of poor farmers from a small village in southern China, a shy computer student as thin as a stick. She was the daughter of Communist Party officials in Beijing, a bubbly law major with a rosy, round face. On a mountain campus in Chongqing, a huge city in central China, they fell in love.