If you’re the kind to browse the Ministry of Education Wikipedia page often, you’d have noticed a something fishy going on at about 4.30am yesterday. Namely,...

JOCELYN CHUA: Why does the education service need a Navy chief as its new 2nd Permanent Secretary? Granted, Lai Chung Han might have excelled in the navy...

The Ministry of Education has proposed that foreign scholars who break their bonds and fly the coop be kept abroad for good if they can’t fine them. Speaking...

The Auditor-General’s report for FY2015-2016 has brought educational institutions under greater scrutiny for lapses in governance. These include hundreds...

Angry teachers have voiced their objection to being made to pay for parking in schools. Redwire polled 30 teachers from primary and secondary schools,...

JENNY: Reading about MT Kinabalu incident ~ I know this is not the time to point finger at anyone BUT school / MOE do need to take some responsibility...

RONALD LEE: The two incidents couldn’t have been more contrasting. In one, 12-year-olds were tragically slaughtered by boulders after a leadership...

KOH: I refer to the story Young Lives Wastefully Lost to Careless Leadership: The Mount Kinabalu Tragedy that Could Have been Avoided. Teachers have to...

  LUO YANJIE: As I await news of the missing teachers and students (one of the missing teachers is the husband of a good friend of mine), I got rather...

Malaysian authorities have announced that 11 Singaporeans have died, following the earthquake that struck Sabah and rocked Mount Kinabalu. These include...

Grief and regret, for the parents of 12-year-old Wee Ying Ping Peony. The parents of the Tanjong Katong Primary School student had never wanted her to...

ELSON: 9 more Singaporeans are still missing and feared dead. Amongst them, 6 children, 2 teachers, and 1 climbing instructor. We mourn. But even as Singapore...

JACKSON: It is a big disgrace to see bogus degree qualifications on any respectable resume. This is especially so when Singapore places so much emphasis...

“Moulding the Future of Our Nation”. It’s a great tagline. The recruitment ads for the Ministry of Education sound snazzy and lofty...