DAP man warns 'conservative' student groups will bring back axed campus concert guidelines
Raub MP Chow Yu Hui calls for a full revocation of the guidelines, saying the restrictions on attire and gender mixing are against students' freedom.
Govt drafts rules to allow concerts on campus
Higher Education Minister Khaled Nordin was previously reported as saying that the guidelines have yet to be given the green light.
Use of other languages at vernacular schools does not violate constitution, appeals court told
The hearing of appeals brought by Mappim, Gapena, Isma and I-Guru continues.
Ex-students hail court victory against absentee teacher
Calvina Angayung, Nur Natasha Allisya Hamali and Rusiah Sabdarin had sued their former English teacher for a seven-month no-show in class.
Standard 3 pupil hit on head by falling toilet cistern
The cistern fell after becoming dislodged from its mounting.
Form 6 entry to be announced on July 3
Those who are not offered a place can submit appeals online from July 3 to 17.
Govt to distribute RM200 cash credit for 18-to-20-year-olds
The initiative, dubbed the eBeliaRahmah programme, aims to promote cashless payment and help reduce the financial burden of that group.
Education ministry to review rules on school admissions
Minister Fadhlina Sidek says this will ensure that children, including non-citizens and those who are undocumented, have access to education.
Poverty among main causes of school dropouts, says deputy minister
Lim Hui Ying says it is a social problem that must be addressed.
India's outsourcing giants cut hiring, disheartening for economy, students
The slowdown is unprecedented in an industry that is one of the biggest hirers in India's services sector since the 1990s and provides an assured career path and prosperity to students each year.
Education ministry studying factors in no-show of SPM candidates
This follows a report that 14,858 or 3.8% of the 388,832 candidates who registered for the 2022 SPM did not attend the examination.
Educationist warns against policy flip-flops according to govt
Anuar Ahmad says leaders should respect the policies put in place by their predecessors, as constant changes raise concerns about student development.
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