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MoU for better education quality signed

NILAI: A memorandum of understanding and note of cooperation was signed between the Education Ministry’s Teacher Training Institute (IPG) and representatives from 15 entities at the Technical Education IPG campus in Bandar Enstek.


More trust schools wanted

MORE than 85% of school students think the quality of teaching and learning is high in trust schools.


Creating an interest in STEM

HOMEGROWN education service provider and social enterprise, LeapEd Services Sdn Bhd recently held the STEM Festival 2019 in partnership with Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, GREAT UK Challenge Fund and Youth Made Malaysia.

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Organisation’s backing welcomed

KUCHING: The Education Ministry welcomes more private sector involvement to strengthen and expand the trust school programme across the country.

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Trust schools to enhance Malaysian education internationally

JOHOR BARU: Some 120 teachers from 24 schools in Johor, Kelantan and Selangor took part in the Johor Trust School Conference 2018 in M Suites Hotel here in an effort to transform the learning experience in schools.


Awards for dedicated mentors

RETIRING doesn’t mean giving up your career as far as Noorizan Mohammed, 60, is concerned.


HR conference attendees told the importance of communication

DO NOT stop talking to one another because there is no substitute for the human touch. This was the message that Labour Department director-general Datuk Mohd Jeffrey Joakim wants employers to embrace when dealing with their employees.


Holistic education is the way

Education services provider aims to nurture students who can think for themselves, are competitive and able to work with other people.


GST first, POS compliance later

Chinese chambers say authorities should not rush small businesses into installing a point of sale (POS) system, adding that it’s more important to educate them on GST compliance. JOY LEE reports.