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Strict and caring

MY favourite teacher is Puan Anaziah. She was my class

Hope beyond prison walls

Innocent victims of their mothers' misconduct, they could have ended up on the streets, but these children have been given a headstart in life, thanks to the vision and selfless deeds of one woman.

Eligible students should vote

I AM indeed happy to note that tertiary students are being encouraged to go home and vote in the 13th General Elections, as was published in StarEducate on April 21.

Russian focus on training young athletes now

RUSSIA will be among the favourites to top the medal table at its home World Championships in August, largely because of a strong athletics team, that it has managed to preserve after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Unhappy over unfair competition


Positive impact of video games

EVEN as video games come under scrutiny for potential harmful impact, researchers and developers are touting digital games for positive effects on health, learning and other social goals.

Fear factor for foreign students

Pursuing tertiary studies in the US may not be as desirable if its peace and security is frequently threatened by bombings and attacks.

Skilled workforce attracts investors

A KNOWLEDGE-based workforce, particularly in the field of information and communication technology (ICT) is what attracts foreign investors to the country.

Open Sesame! They are here to stay and teach

INDIAN and Afghan producers of children’s TV favourite Sesame Street have been brainstorming in a New Delhi office, swapping tips on how to make Big Bird and his fluffy pals palatable to local viewers.

Changing course with the gender issue

China has initiated ‘boys only’ classes to address the learning outcomes of its male students.