Tag: Education

Louis Koo donates to buildings schools in China

Beijing -- Hong Kong actor Louis Koo's charity work is not just confined to Hong Kong. Sina.com reported that Koo had donated funds to build four...

Jamus Lim: Large class sizes means that tuition is no longer ‘optional’ 

Singapore— Last week, on March 3, Workers’ Party’s Dr Jamus Lim brought up the benefits of smaller classes in schools during the Ministry of Education...
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25 courses by Indian varsities in top 100

India -- At least 25 courses by Indian universities, mostly from the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), have figured in the top 100 globally,...
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‘Morning wake-up call’ order leaves govt teachers sleepless

India -- Ludhiana The heads of government schools, teachers and mentors are sleepless over a new task at hand - to give early morning...

Allan Wu goes through great lengths to get his daughter into a top US...

Singapore -- Allan Wu fits the typical bill of a strict Asian father, now supporting his teenage daughter, Sage Wu, who turns 17 in...

Lawrence Wong: Pandemic raises questions on the value of university education

Singapore—In a recent interview with the straitstimes.com (ST), Education Minister Lawrence Wong outlined the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on education. He said that the...

PSP NCMP Hazel Poa on education: Why are Singaporeans losing out in the job...

During the debate on strategies to emerge stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic, NCMP Hazel Poa said that while Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Heng Swee...

Lawrence Wong: “Overwhelmingly positive” feedback on secondary school reforms

Singapore -- Mr Lawrence Wong, who was appointed Minister for Education on July 25, has commented on the move away from streaming to Full...

MP Ong Ye Kung advises fresh graduates to think out of the box and...

Singapore--Education Minister and MP for Sembawang Mr Ong Ye Kung on an episode of “MP Say What” talked about the kind of opportunities that...

Parents and teachers in Madrid describe difficulties of abrupt switch to e-learning

On March 15th, Spain went into a country-wide lockdown to curb the high numbers of COVID-19 cases. Almost two months later, schools have still...
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