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Relying on government to do the right thing

From SURESH KUMAR RAJ SHARMA, Ipoh.

English classes for 15,000 teachers

KUALA LUMPUR: The 15,000 English teachers, who were found ill-equipped to teach the subject, have been sent for training, said Deputy Education Minister Chong Sin Woon.

Hope yet for a drying stream

A new approach that incorporates fun, creativity and thinking skills, will make subjects related to the sciences more appealing for secondary school students.

Revisiting Pro-ELT plan

From THOMAS KOK of Ipoh

‘We’re learning new methods with a good programme’

PUTRAJAYA: There is nothing wrong in teachers undergoing the Professional Upskilling of English Language Teachers (Pro-ELT) as it helps them refresh their skills.

Teachers do better in test

KUALA LUMPUR: The quality of English teachers has improved, with 76% of 5,000 teachers who sat for the Cambridge Placement Test (CPT) in the first batch moving up a band, says Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh.

No result slips for tests sat by teachers

From RAVI of Klang.

Barking up the wrong tree

Our real problem isn’t Bahasa Malaysia but English and it is incredible that so many of us have refused to acknowledge this or even want to address it.

Testing times indeed

IT’S really incredible how so many of us have reacted over the leaked examination papers of the UPSR, which is merely an assessment examination for Year Six pupils. Yes, for 12-year-old pupils who are taking their first public examination.

‘Good English starts in school’

PETALING JAYA: The process of producing graduates proficient in English should start in school, said teachers of the language.