6 Selfless Ways Teachers Defied The Odds For Students In Singapore

8 Teachers Honoured With President's Award 2018 Teachers have had a tough past year, what with the parking fee fiasco and all. But none of that could get in the way of their commitment and dedication to their students. Source President Halimah Yacob honoured 15 of these outstanding educators at a ceremony at...

Parents, Brace Yourselves: Education Minister Says Your Kids May Skip Uni To Keep Grad...

Education Minister Talks About Cap On Number Of Grads In Singapore Some parents may not be that happy with what Education Minister Ong Ye Kung had to say on Thursday (May 4). Speaking at the 47th St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland, Mr Ong, who is also Second Minister For Defence, was...

A Layman’s Perspectives On Budget 2015

Thoughts about the 2015 Budget from a man on the street This year's Budget took on an interesting approach atypical of a potential General Election year, as previous GE year Budgets have had huge payouts. On the surface, there was a lot to cheer for, with help mainly going to the lower-income...

8 Student Fight Videos That Show That Our Youngsters Watch Too Much WWE

Student Fights In Singapore It's a flawed belief that school is solely for the imparting of academic knowledge -- where students are simply bombarded with the teaching of languages, mind-boggling maths and the wonders of science. In actuality though, many students learn much more than just academics. Schools nowadays strive for...

Ong Ye Kung Weighs In On Scrapping PSLE, Banning Tuition & Smaller Class Sizes

Education Minister Ong Ye Kung Tackles Hot Topics About Education In Meaty Parliament Speech Mr Ong Ye Kung gave a wide-ranging speech outlining the key principles of the education system in Parliament on Wednesday (11 Jul). He makes some salient points about the state of education in Singapore, but leaves a...

Tan Kin Lian: University Is Not The Only Route To Success

But it remains to be seen if degree-chasing Singaporeans will take heed Tan Kin Lian is the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NTUC Income and a 2011 Presidential Election candidate. Source He also founded and runs a website about "insurance, investment and financial planning and social issues in Singapore". He recently published a...

Teachers, Here’s A List Of 37 YouTube Channels That You Can Use For Planning...

Using YouTube To Teach Teachers, have you ever felt that your students prefer to watch YouTube videos on their phones rather than you? Of course you have. Well, don't sneer, but YouTube is your friend, not your rival. And believe it or not, it can help you become a better teacher. Lesson...
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Singapore’s Top Polytechnics And Private Institutes In 2016, Based On World Ranking

Thinking Of Heading To Poly? The batch that received their O-level results on Wednesday (Jan 11) are record breakers, reported Channel NewsAsia. According to results released by the Ministry of Education, a record 84.3% of students scored at least five O-level passes, the highest proportion since at least 1995. Source   Now the students...

Part Time Uni & Poly Students With Bursaries Can Pay Less School Fees From...

A new category will be included for families earning below $4,000 a month.

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