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Whose interest does the UUCA serve?

Whose interest does the UUCA serve?

 (© lumaxart.com | Flickr) AS an editor, I’ve sometimes had to remind journalists who merely copy and paste from a press release that they are paid to think, question, and make sense of the issues they are writing about. A journalist’s role is not to be a stenographer. It’s to be a public intellectual that […]

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The home schooling option

The home schooling option

Corrected at 12:10pm, 10 March 2010 IN this third of a four-part series on education, The Nut Graph attempts to examine the problems that have become entrenched in the national school system. While public schools were reliable and multi-racial centres of education for Malaysian children not too long ago, today, parents who can afford it […]

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Weaknesses in policy implementation, says Musa

KANGAR, 5 MARCH 2009: Former Education Minister Tan Sri Musa Mohamad has admitted that there are weaknesses in the implementation of the policy to teach and learn science and mathematics in English. Musa, who was the Education Minister when the government began implementing the policy six years ago, said although its intention was good, the […]

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