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I-Textbook programme in Sabah school

A private school has become the first educational institution in Sabah to adopt the Interactive Textbook (I-Textbook) initiative in the classroom.

Opening up learning pathways

New graduates speak of their struggles and the higher learning opportunities they’ve had without leaving Africa, thanks to a private Malaysian varsity that has made inroads into the continent.

Taylor's college announces move to Lakeside campus

ESTABLISHED in 1969, Taylor’s first made its mark as a college that offered pre-university programmes. It served as a gateway for students to pursue further education in top universities around the world.

Expert’s insightful talk at British varsity

THE University of Bristol held its president’s reception for its alumni in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Need for counsellors in schools with low student intake

THE Education Ministry is prepared to consider a suggestion that schools with an enrolment of fewer than 350 students, be provided with counsellors.

Hello! Time to get a good night’s rest

It’s a worrying trend, young people are using their smartphones and sleeping less than before.

De Real Wan transforms

What began as a childhood fascination, is seeing a local university lecturer gaining international recognition as a creator of action figures.

Have good grasp of Bahasa Malaysia, students told

THE Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin Shah said vernacular schools must make sure their students were proficient in the national language.

Take a leaf out of his book

HE attributes his values, ethics and character to his upbringing, teaching experience and his long and varied career in prominent professional bodies and community service clubs.

Unesco: Make African nations accountable for education shortfalls

GOVERNMENTS must be held accountable for the slow progress of African countries on global education goals, since underperforming schools and teachers are usually victims of a dysfunctional system, the United Nation’s (UN) cultural agency Unesco said last week.