STPM results out on Aug 18
Candidates can check their results online or through SMS, or collect their result slips at their schools.
UPSR, PT3 exams gone for good, education ministry says
It says it will not reinstate the exams despite the requests from parents.
Students at UK varsity up in arms over 'phallic' artwork given by Malaysian businessman
The Imperial College Union says the sculpture by prominent artist Antony Gormley may hurt the university's reputation.
Malaysia’s first student rocket team on tenterhooks ahead of blast-off at international contest
From Penang to the US, the Wau Rocketry team members have given the competition their all.
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.
China’s ‘epidemic generation’ sits high-stakes college entrance exam
In Shanghai, where 25 million residents are gradually emerging from two months in lockdown, authorities have delayed the exam by a month.
The teachers giving their all, wherever they are
Whether in urban cities or rural villages, they work wholeheartedly to impart knowledge and good values to their students.
Mexico denies cover-up over disappearance of 43 students
The students are among more than 97,000 who have disappeared since the mid-1960s, which has been plagued by gang-related bloodshed since 2006, when the government deployed the military in the war on drugs.
Sri Lanka cancels school exams over paper shortage
The move could effectively hold up tests for around two thirds of the country's 4.5 million students.
Education ministry to provide lockers to address heavy school bags issue
Schools will have timetables with three to four subjects daily, while exercise books will be limited to two books per subject with each book capped at 80 pages.
India denies Moscow claims Ukraine holding students as ‘human shield’
New Delhi's declaration came after Moscow said Indian students in Kharkiv were being used as a 'human shield' by Ukrainian security forces.
Schools have option of holding online sessions if cases rise, says education ministry
The education ministry says flexibility is given and risk assessments will be carried out from time to time.