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PETALING JAYA: Students nationwide will return to home-based learning (PdPR) after Hari Raya until the end of the MCO. However, educationists caution that B40 and rural students are not ready to resume PdPR but steps can be taken to ensure none of them get left behind.
IN a short span of 15 months since her appointment in January last year, the recently retired Education Ministry director-general (DG) Datuk Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim, 60, found herself in unchartered waters, helping the ministry navigate through a pandemic.
Great teachers never retire; they continue to use their skills and expertise honed over years to help others. To mark Teachers Day, StarMetro features former educators whose passion to contribute has not dimmed.
Along with an enthusiasm for occupations associated with their hobbies and interests, China's young people are also demonstrating a concern for the environment in their career choices. At the same time, the country's government is encouraging them to seek qualifications for emerging professions that will figure large in tomorrow's world.
PETALING JAYA: Varsity students who went home for Hari Raya celebrations are allowed to return to campuses according to the dates agreed upon earlier.
PETALING JAYA: University students who returned home for Hari Raya celebrations will be allowed to return to campus according to the dates agreed upon before the imposition of the current movement control order (MCO).
PETALING JAYA: The National Security Council (NSC) has released a detailed list of uniform standard operating procedures (SOP) that will be enforced during the latest movement control order (MCO) from Wednesday (May 12).
PETALING JAYA: The teacher who was called out by Malaysian teenager Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam for allegedly making rape jokes in class has been transferred to the state education department.