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PETALING JAYA: All parties should follow the standard operating procedures (SOPs) and encourage children to abide by it with the reopening of schools early next March, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
WITHIN 48 hours of DidikTV KPM’s launch, the channel – which broadcasts educational content based on the Malaysian national curriculum and co-curriculum – was ridiculed.
PETALING JAYA: DidikTV Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM) will improve as tighter quality control is carried out on future content, says the Education director-general.
PETALING JAYA: The Education Ministry’s DidikTV with its 17 hours of daily educational content is expected to benefit many students, especially those who have been falling behind in their studies since the government closed schools almost a year ago, says Sabah Teachers Union president Said Saidi.
JUST as teachers were getting used to home-based teaching and learning (PdPR), timetables have to be redrawn as the Education Ministry has issued new guidelines.
PARENTS are doing all they can in the “last lap” to help prepare the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2020 cohort after the Education Ministry unexpectedly stopped face-to-face classes from Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Parents are urging the Education Ministry to reconsider its decision to stop face-to-face classes from today (Wednesday, Feb 10).
Whether we’re considering vacuum tubes or YouTube as the medium of education, the question to ask is, 'Is the child learning?'.
The uncertainty over which subject packages this year’s Form Four students are eligible to study, is sorted.
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.