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WHEN teacher Edmond Goyong needs internet access, he drives a 4WD for six kilometres to a hill. That sounds ridiculous, but not when you’re in a remote school in the east coast of Sabah.
Beijing, July 7 (AFP): Nearly 11 million stressed-out Chinese students began taking the country's gruelling annual college entrance exam on Tuesday following a month-long coronavirus delay, with inspectors this year checking both for cheaters and fevers.
BEIJING (AFP): Nearly 11 million stressed-out Chinese students take the country's gruelling annual college entrance exam beginning Tuesday (July 7) following a month-long coronavirus delay, with inspectors this year checking both for cheaters and fevers.
LONDON/BERLIN/MILAN (Reuters) - It's tough to do any useful work when you're stuck at home, struggling to home-school bickering kids, let alone when you're trying to produce a COVID-19 vaccine.
FACED with the Covid-19 pandemic, teachers across the country have had to grapple in helping their students to navigate the world of online learning, often without proper instruction and preparation. If the current crisis teaches us something, it is the need to prepare for sustainable, quality and flexible learning opportunities across all educational levels.
AS MALAYSIA begins to recover from the effects of the movement control order (MCO) and re-establish its economy, it is only natural that we begin to look to the future and wonder to what extent life post-MCO will differ.
YOU probably need only look inside your own pantry to have some idea of what a blockbuster spring it has been for the packaged food industry
China’s coronavirus status app shuts many citizens out of society, but there are ways to bridge digital divide
There needs to be a complementary system for people who have poor digital skills or no Internet access, say experts. Uneven tech distribution echoes gaps in age, wealth and education and, if not rectified, may lock many out of Chinese public life.