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A NEW school for special children is ready and will open soon in Sungai Ara, Penang, in June.
KUALA LUMPUR: About 1,000 classes will be opened this year for special needs students.
WITH two days to go till we usher in the New Year, StarEdu reflects on the education milestones that affected young students, their parents and 419,904 of the hardworking teaching community.
Leaders from around the world talk about bridging the gap and providing quality education to children who can’t afford to, and educating families from underprivileged backgrounds on its importance.
CLUTCHING her teacher’s MyKad in the palm of her hands, Natasha’s* face lit up as her eyes took in the details of the little blue card.
SUNWAY Putra Mall launched its first Autsome Resource Fair as a platform to offer job opportunities, training and educational programmes for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Selangor sets up body to draft and carry out plans with objectives of assimilating special needs pupils in regular schools and – ultimately – society, thereby ensuring they have access to opportunities for a secure future.
For years, paediatrician Dr Toh Teck Hock and his colleagues have been advocating for children and youth with special needs through the Sibu Agape Centre, a community-based centre in Sarawak.