Millions of Chinese students sit gruelling college entrance exams
The tests are critical to landing coveted spots at China's top universities.
Welfare aid, impact of scrapping major exams to be raised in Dewan Rakyat
Debate will also continue on the Control of Tobacco Products and Smoking Bill 2022 along with several others.
Why now, educationists ask on govt move to scrap PT3
They say many issues should be addressed before such a move is made, and that the unexpected announcement may have wasted the time and money spent on preparing for the exam this year.
SPM candidates down with Covid can take exam in April
Candidates only need to inform their schools and submit supporting documents including a copy of their MySejahtera status.
No decision yet on PT3 exam for 2022 session, says education minister
Radzi Jidin also says talks will be held with the EC on the use of secondary schools in Johor as polling centres during the SPM season.
Public exam students to attend school without rotation from Nov 8
This is on condition that the school in question has achieved a full vaccination rate of 90% or more.
India exam cheats caught with Bluetooth flip-flops
At least 25 students had bought these flip-flops from a gang for US$8,100 per pair.
China bans exams for 6-year-olds as Beijing retools education system
The regulations also limit exams in other years of compulsory education to once a term, with mid-term and mock examinations allowed in junior high school.
Online learning the best bet for now, expert says as pandemic continues havoc for schools
Educationists say it is difficult to change the school calendar in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Addressing the gap between what schools measure and what parents know
The goal of enabling all children to receive quality education relies on the whole school community.
National average grade for SPM 2020 best in 5 years
The national average grade improved to 4.80 compared to 4.86 in 2019.
Now what, educationists ask as UPSR exits the scene after 30 years
They say the education ministry must provide clear communication to address the concerns raised by parents and teachers about the way forward without the Standard Six exam.