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WE are globally interconnected – now more than ever in human history.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian students are being moulded into global citizens to increase their competitiveness with the introduction of a new module in schools.
THE more we evolve, the more demands roll in on the kind of students our education system should produce.
ACCORDING to the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013 to 2025, a series of initiatives will be implemented in three “waves” to ensure more students with special needs are enrolled in inclusive education programmes, and to raise the overall quality of provision for this group.
MALAYSIA’S aspirations of becoming a global education hub is spelt out in the Malaysia Education Blueprint for Higher Education 2015-2025, which sets an ambitious target of 250,000 international students by 2025.
IN a short span of 15 months since her appointment in January last year, the recently retired Education Ministry director-general (DG) Datuk Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim, 60, found herself in unchartered waters, helping the ministry navigate through a pandemic.
THE Covid-19 pandemic is not the first crisis to have hit the tourism and hospitality industry and it will not be the last.
From ASSOC PROFESSOR DR SUNDRAM M. KARUPIAH, Deputy Dean (Postgraduate, Research and Administration) Faculty of Pharmacy AIMST University.
PETALING JAYA: All five million students are in school today, the first time that everyone is back since the country had to grapple with the third wave of Covid-19 cases.
A NECESSARY part in ensuring that the country’s future talents are nurtured towards exceptional achievement is a collaborative focus on excellence in education.