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DECLINING English results in schools continues to be a topic of public interest, particularly as it will become a must-pass subject in SPM next year.
KUCHING: Rural students in Sarawak will be even more disadvantaged if the requirement to pass English in the SPM examination is implemented next year.
MALACCA: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron cuts short his official business trip to Pekan Baru, Indonesia to witness the launching of the nation’s first St.Francis Institution’s Gavel Club, here.
PUBLIC Bank and UCSI University will co-organise the inaugural National English Essay Writing Competition for secondary school students.
Miri: Students can rest assured that their welfare will be looked after because the government recognises that they are the assets of our country, said Piasau assemblyman Datuk Sebastian Ting.
LEARNING English is going to be fun for students from seven schools in Penang with the aid of The Star’s Step Up and Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullouts.
IN JUST three years, GAB Foundation has successfully reached out to more than 100 rural schools and over 200 English teachers in six states to equip them with enhanced teaching skills through their English Enrichment Programme (EETP).
SARIKEI: Students, parents and teachers enjoyed the first English Fair held here last weekend which offered a variety of fun activities for everyone.
JOHOR BARU: Teachers can use newspapers as a medium to enhance English proficiency among students, aside from relying on textbooks.
JOHOR BARU: Many Malaysian graduates from local universities are now more confident conversing in English, said Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh.
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