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PETALING JAYA: Primary schools are reopening and secondary schools are welcoming back their remaining students but with so many returning to school, social distancing is important to ensure no one catches Covid-19.
PETALING JAYA: Parents can decide against sending their children to school if they are worried about the pandemic, says the Education Ministry.
PETALING JAYA: The National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP) is providing legal support to two retired teachers who are being sued for defamation by the chairman of the board of a Kota Baru school.
PETALING JAYA: Some parents are worried that the operating models recommended by the Education Ministry in reopening schools may invite more chaos than calm.
PETALING JAYA: The new dates for major examinations will lead to very stressful situations for teachers, especially those who double up as examiners.
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: 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”.
PETALING JAYA: The onus is on older students to make the Education Ministry’s school reopening management guidelines work, educationists say.
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.