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PETALING JAYA: The plan to impose a curfew on Malaysians below 18 from going out late at night on their own has drawn mixed responses from parents, groups as well as political parties.
TAMPIN: A broken blade from a ride-on lawnmower which fatally struck a Form 2 student at a field in SMK Tuanku Abd Rahman near here was found some 300m from where the machine was being operated.
PETALING JAYA: Parents should not be alarmed if their child’s school is on the leaked list of “hotspots”, said Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia chairman Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim.
Is quality higher education a luxury or necessity? With funding for public universities slashed, are students forced to turn to private institutions? Sunday Star finds out.
Teachers, parents say other issues in education more pressing than proposed revamp of school syllabus
IF THE foundation of the education system itself is not well planned, no amount of syllabus revamping will benefit anyone.