Can You Solve This Biology Question That Stumped British Students?

Biology Question About Osmosis Stumped British Students Last week, MustShareNews reported that harder A-Levels had stumped British students. https://mustsharenews.com/uk-a-levels/ It turns out that harder GCSE exams at the end-of-secondary school have shaken students just as much. The GCSE exams are the British equivalent of the O-Level papers, which Secondary 4 and 5 students...

Will Joseph Schooling Teach Kids Swimming At His New School This July?

Joseph Schooling Launches Swim School For Children From July 2018 When you've got a surname like 'Schooling', it comes as no surprise that teaching may be one of the professions you'd consider. Or y'know, becoming an international Olympiad gold medalist for swimming. https://www.facebook.com/1797859330257386/photos/rpp.1797859330257386/1830499390326713/?type=3&theater After announcing the new Schooling Sports Academy last year in...

Why Mr Yann Wong’s Suggestions For Our Education System Are Admirable But Will Never...

Ex-MOE Policy Maker's Criticism Of Our Education System Is Well-Placed But We Think It'll Be Ignored The argument about the place of elitism in our education system has been hard to escape in recent weeks. In letters to the newspapers and online commentaries, it seems that everyone has an opinion about: ...

Minister For Education Ng Chee Meng Says To Teach Innovation In Schools, But Doesn’t...

Ng Chee Meng Hopes To Teach Innovation In Schools Minister for Education (Schools) Ng Chee Meng wants our students to be more innovative. Mr Ng cited examples such as Uber, Grab, and Airbnb as companies that were founded on the back of a strong "Innovation Quotient", at a Ministry of Education (MOE) function on...

Ong Ye Kung Claims That Degrees Are Overrated, And He Might Be Right

Ong Ye Kung Says Skills Are More Important Than Degrees Speaking at the 47th St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland last week (May 4), Minister of Education (Higher Education and Skills) Ong Ye Kung was reported saying that Singapore's number of graduates per cohort needs to be capped at about 30%...

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...

Poly Lecturer Wore Bunny Costume To Teach Students Teamwork And Students Loved It

Lecturer's Interesting Teaching Methods We thought its only the primary schools that make use of furry mascots to put their pupils at ease. A lecturer at the Republic Polytechnic School of Hospitality seems to think her students are of the age to be won over by dancing bunnies. Source Dancing Bunnies Employing a tactic...

Super Violent, Gory Poem Used In Exam For Secondary 1 Kids Invites Uproar

Is the poem too much for a 13-year-old to handle? Dunearn Secondary School has come under the media spotlight after an alarmed parent spoke up about a 'violent' poem that was used in a Secondary 1 literature exam. (A typical Sec 1 student will be only 13 years old.) According to...

7 Things About Primary School MOE Left Out From Their Latest Video

MOE video about primary school encourages parents, but everyone else is skeptical For a parent, their child's first step in primary school can be a daunting experience, not just for the kid, but for themselves. Thankfully, the Ministry of Education (MOE) is here to ease their worries by showing what...

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