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SIBU: The Sarawak Fishing Vessels Association (SFVA) has appealed to the government to relax the Fisheries Act 1985 to allow more people to work in the state fishery industry.
PETALING JAYA: Teachers who are glad to be back in schools are anticipating issues to arise and are urging the Education Ministry to come up with the staggered time table soon. And they prefer shorter schooling hours.
PETALING JAYA: The onus is on older students to make the Education Ministry’s school reopening management guidelines work, educationists say.
PETALING JAYA: Students, mainly those sitting for the SPM and STPM examinations, have given their thumbs up to the change in this year’s academic calendar, saying it has “more pros than cons”.
AFTER three long months, teachers are delighted to be seeing their charges again in less than two weeks but many are anxious about juggling their duties as educator, counsellor and implementor of the Education Ministry’s school reopening management guidelines in the new normal.
PETALING JAYA: Although the long-awaited date for schools to reopen has finally been announced, many questions still linger for teachers, parents and students.
PETALING JAYA: After more than three months of not going to school because of Covid-19, over half a million youngsters nationwide will finally attend classes from June 24 – but with stringent rules to abide by.
FEWER students per classroom, cancellation of major exams, and learning whenever and from wherever you are via the Internet.
PETALING JAYA: Schools with high enrolment are going to find it challenging to adjust to the “new norm”, say teachers.