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SOME 600 temporary teachers sent to serve at national and Chinese schools in 2020 have been selected to attend the one-year holiday teacher-training programme (Program Diploma Perguruan Malaysia-Kursus Dalam Cuti) next month, reports Sin Chew Daily.
WITH no sight of the Covid-19 pandemic ending soon, a large number of school bus operators have quit the business and taken up other jobs to earn a living.
Exhibits, book launch provide insights into Negri’s Chinese pioneers.
IN a bid to address the shortage of teachers at Chinese vernacular schools, the Education Ministry will be asking nearly 500 temporary teachers to sign up for training as full-fledged educators, Sin Chew Daily reported.A spokesman for Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon’s office said 471 candidates – all of whom were temporary teachers in 2020 – would be receiving letters to attend a one-year teacher training programme.
Vernacular schools part of national education system, protected by the Constitution, say linguistics experts
KUALA LUMPUR: Vernacular schools have not been a hindrance to national unity, but “threats” from certain parties towards such schools could lead to the destruction of the country’s unity and harmony, says Malaysian Chinese Language Council president Datuk Eddie Heng Hong Chai.
PETALING JAYA: Schools with as few as one confirmed Covid-19 case will now be ordered to close for at least two days, says Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.
AN elderly man who has been living in Kajang, Selangor, for the past 42 years was perplexed to find out that he is supposed to receive his first Covid-19 jab nearly 100km away in Bentong, Pahang, Sin Chew Daily reported.
THE present generation can learn a valuable lesson from the hardships faced by their mothers in bringing them up, said Penang social development committee chairman Chong Eng.
WITH a new four-storey block, schooling for some 900 pupils in SJK(C) Han Chiang in Penang will switch from two sessions to just one in the morning next year.
Since the unrest in Myanmar broke out on February 1, a loose online coalition called the Milk Tea Alliance, a gathering of anti-China and separatist forces, has constantly been churning out rumors about and stirring up trouble against China's mainland amid the political upheaval.