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Gov’t not dissuading S’poreans from getting degrees: Heng
By Andrew Loh Published on by Andrew Loh 54

Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:11 pm   In Parliament on Tuesday, some Members of Parliament (MP) raised concerns that there is a “misperception” among Singaporeans that the Government is saying a university degree no longer matters. Education Minister, Heng Swee Read More

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Foreign scholars: Missing statistics?
By Terry Xu Published on by Terry Xu 0

Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 06:56 pmBy Leong Sze Hian I refer to the article “Foreign scholars closely tracked” (ST, Feb 18). Sometimes, replies in Parliament may give you the edgy feeling that the statistics cited may not be telling you Read More

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11 Vietnamese students awarded scholarships worth US$1.24 million
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Scholarships are for “full undergraduate” studies, reports Thanh Nien News. Read More…

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Meritocracy – without the transparency
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When I asked the university to confirm that my daughter’s grades were below the cut-off point, the reply was that the ranking of results was confidential and that it was not obliged to answer my question. The university added that my daughter did Read More

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Miracle education system? Solve all woes?
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Students are well-educated, employable, with a sense of social responsibility, and their principals and teachers are proud of what they are doing. This system is helping to produce a competent, creative people, who are literate and well-socialised. It is also grooming leaders of Read More

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More applied to be teachers
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MORE than 16,000 people had applied to be teachers as at the end of last month. Education Minister, Dr Ng Eng Hen

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“Singapore penalises you if you are too weak or too strong.”
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Jonathan Koh reports on the Workers’ Party’s Youthquake forum held on Saturday. Read More…

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