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Stepping up on fire safety

I READ with much sadness the recent reports of fire at the Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah tahfiz in Kampung Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur, where 21 students and two teachers perished.

Back-to-school blues for Japanese kids

With the start of the new school year and the emphasis on academic success, stress levels and suicides are high among young people in the Land of the Rising Sun, during this period.

Making right choices to realise dreams

LIFE is all about choices. They may be easy and straightforward where decisions are made relatively quickly. Such decisions are made with little thought, with little or no repercussions, as opposed to difficult choices where one wrong move might cause irreversible damage with far-reaching consequences.

Need for tough action to help delinquents

THE Education Ministry recently stated that 400 schools were identified for having disciplinary issues. Students at these schools are involved in gangsterism, drug abuse and bullying.

Giving more ‘bite’ to executives

A programme in Austria teaches managers the ropes of exploring and engaging with animals, which will help them handle people and situations better in the real world.

Fitting in and connecting

Teacher’s talk - By Dr G Mallika Vasugi
While it is okay for teachers to talk fondly of the previous school they served at, making constant comparisons and bragging about their past achievements may not necessarily be well received by their new colleagues.

Boost for early childhood education

The move to improve preschool learning in the Lion City stems from the fact that every child counts, hence the need to give them a good start.

Creative display of unity

IT WAS a warm day for students of SJK (T) Bukit Darah in Kuala Selangor during their Raise The Flag photoshoot last Monday, but nothing matched the warmth and love they were radiating for the country.

Cheers to the wave of colours

THE hundreds of flags that lined the corridors of Chong Hwa Independent High School gave a strong hint that something exciting was brewing within. And sure enough, visitors who walked into the administration block were wowed by the set-up for the school’s Raise The Flag campaign.

Competition, a big boost for students

Let's Hear It: From AKHILESH MAGENDRA, Klang