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Ministry yet to decide on expelling teen, says D-G

The Education Ministry has yet to make a decision on whether to expel a student after his alleged attack on a schoolmate at a boarding school in Alor Gajah.


Indiscipline in schools not alarming

Only one per cent of the five million school students throughout the country have been involved in disciplinary problems.


‘Crack down on school gangs’

A chorus of concern and call for immediate action to stop violence and indiscipline in schools rang throughout the nation following reports of the sudden surge in such incidents in several schools.


Eight MCKK students transferred

Eight students from the prestigious Malay College Kuala Kangsar, including two Fifth Formers who allegedly threatened a warden with parangs, have been transferred to a non-residential school.


Ministry sets up panel to check student discipline

The recent surge in indiscipline and violence in schools has prompted the Education Ministry to study the root causes and recommend remedial measures to arrest the trend.


Gangsterism in schools

From the Malay Press: The gangsterism problem in schools was again highlighted by the Malay dailies, the latest case being six students expelled from the Malay College Kuala Kangsar for involvement in such activities.


Alleged attack on MCKK warden being probed

Six Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK) students are being investigated for allegedly attempting to attack their hostel warden with I>parang/I>s on Wednesday evening.


Snuffing out school gangsterism

The Education Ministry has set up a committee to monitor the problem of gangsterism among students, especially those staying in government school hostels, I>Utusan Malaysia/Isaid.


Hassan steps down after 32 years in Education Ministry

The man behind the Private Education Department's I>Gempur dan Hebah/Icrackdown on errant private institutions of learning, deputy director-general of education Datuk Hassan Hashim, clocked out of the Education Ministry for the last time yesterday following an emotional send-off at his office.


UM appoints 30 new professors

Thirty new professors have been appointed under Universiti Malaya's (UM) latest staff promotion exercise. In all, 79 academic staff were promoted, including 11 professors from Special Grade C to Special Grade B and 38 lecturers who were promoted to associate professor.