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WITH the country recording 1,240 new cases on Monday (Oct 26), the highest daily Covid-19 infections to date, parents are anxious about sending their children to school.
PETALING JAYA: More than 1,000 Malaysian schoolchildren have been infected by Covid-19 since the third wave of the outbreak began last month and there seem to be differing views from stakeholders as to whether schools should be shut down longer.
PETALING JAYA: He is supposed to be studying but Ahmad (not his real name) has been helping his parents at their sundry shop instead.
THE National Union of the Teaching Profession and Malaysian Federation of the Deaf (MFD) will be handing over a memorandum to the Education Ministry for the Malaysian Sign Language, or Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia (BIM), to be used in schools.
PETALING JAYA: Form Five students whose SPM trial exams have been put on hold due to the implementation of the two-week conditional movement control order (MCO) are frustrated over the uncertainty but will keep on fighting.
A WORKSHOP will be conducted to guide teachers on teaching and learning (PdP) methods in the new norm.
Senior educationists from the country’s largest teacher union body, representing more than 230,000 teachers, agree that content creation is important. However, more support and time are needed for educators to master the art of teaching through the Internet.
PETALING JAYA: The Infant Jesus Sisters (IJS) Malaysia, the owner of the Convent Light Street (CLS) school in Penang, has found a suitable education provider to operate on its premises, which it requested back from the Education Ministry due to a continuous decline in student enrolment over the last decade and escalating costs to maintain the heritage school buildings.