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Nation

Loan shark threat to kids

Kidnappers are not the only ones preying on schools for an easy target here.

Nation

Book shortage hampers learner drivers

PETALING JAYA: Thousands of learner drivers and motorcyclists are facing a major bump on the road before they can even start because of an acute shortage of the highway code books for ‘L’ licences under the new driving curriculum implemented on Aug 1.

Nation

Duo may have drowned while trying to save friend

KOTA KINABALU: Two of the three students who died while trekking along a stream at a resort in Membakut may have drowned while trying to save their friend.

Community

Teachers to be trained as traffic wardens

The Sarawak State Ministry for Infrastructure Development and Communications and the Sarawak Road Safety Department have recently decided to make it mandatory for every school in cities and towns to train one teacher as traffic warden.

Education

Bridging the urban-rural gap

EVERYTHING seems to be going as planned for Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein. Not only did his ministry get the lion's share of Budget 2006 but the emphasis echoes his strategic plans for education, to be outlined in the Ninth Malaysia Plan.

Nation

Chong: Work together to ensure success of DLP in schools

KUALA LUMPUR: All parties should work together to ensure the success of the Dual Language Programme (DLP) in schools, Deputy Education Minister Chong Sin Woon said.

Nation

Creating world-class schools

The Education Ministry wants to groom 300 schools to be world-class institutions.

World

Chinese man burns self to death in new school attack

TAIXING, China (Reuters) - A farmer burned himself to death after injuring five children with a hammer at a kindergarten, Chinese media reported on Friday, in a reminder of societal strains just as China is trying to show its best face to the world.

World

Chinese man burns self to death in new school attack

TAIXING, China (Reuters) - A farmer burned himself to death after injuring five children with a hammer at a kindergarten, Chinese media reported on Friday, in a reminder of societal strains just as China is trying to show its best face to the world.

Education

Kindy safety

Kindergartens are expected to observe the highest standards of safety but do they all have procedures in place to safeguard young children?