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THANKS to some Good Samaritans, Form Three student Nur Syahira Fatiha and her younger siblings now have a more comfortable online learning experience.
PHYSICAL activity and social interaction have taken a backseat since the Covid-19 pandemic forced everyone to stay indoors.
MALAYSIA must start nurturing the next generation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professionals from young because the sciences are an important component of the economy.
SCHOOL textbooks are available in major bookstores nationwide, the Education Ministry said.
IT was second time lucky for a Malaysian Masters student who got onto an established university quiz show in the United Kingdom (UK).
FROM last year, Form Four students were no longer streamed into the Arts or Sciences. Instead, a new subject package system (see infographics) was introduced.
The uncertainty over which subject packages this year’s Form Four students are eligible to study, is sorted.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has upset the lifestyles of individuals from all walks of life across the world.
WHEN the movement control order forced lessons to be conducted remotely, many students found the switch to be exhausting as their learning environment drastically changed.
THE year got off to a rocky start with students uncertain over when face-to-face lessons can resume in light of rising Covid-19 cases.