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  1. SEAB 2

    The Big Read: With mid-year exams scrapped, students rediscover joy of learning — yet old habits die hard

    Some parents say the removal of mid-year exams has no bearing on their children’s learning at home. Others, however, say it makes a difference — ...
  2. Edgefield Secondary

    Commentary: The start of subject-based banding - is grouping classes by CCAs the best option?

    Grouping students based on CCAs may end up inadvertently segregating classes of students along socioeconomic, racial and gender lines, says NUS’s ...
  3. China's government believes inter-ethnic marriage is key to promoting national integration and

    China pushes inter-ethnic marriage in Xinjiang assimilation drive

    China's fractious far-west region of Xinjiang has changed its university entrance exam rules to give children from mixed families a leg-up on ...
  4. Brazil strike

    Nationwide student strike begins in Brazil over budget cuts

  5. JC merger 1

    Direct Admission Exercise starts for JCs

  6. Jobseekers attend the 2018 Japan Job Fair in Seoul

    South Korea's latest big export: Jobless college graduates

    Cho Min-kyong boasts an engineering degree from one of South Korea's top universities, a school design award and a near-perfect score in her ...
  7. Helicopter parenting, Ministry of Education, MOE

    Commentary: Thanks mum for not being a helicopter parent

    This mother’s day, CNA's Nazurah Razali thanks her mother for giving her a sense of autonomy and independence.
  8. Molly Zhao Yusi

    Commentary: This Asian obsession with Ivy League schools has got to stop

    The academic prep scene in China - a mix of boarding institutions, prep schools and coaching classes - has been brimming with activity over the ...
  9. According to California state law, it is not unusual for a sick teacher to have to pay for their

    Parent outrage as sick US teacher forced to pay for substitute

    Parents at an elementary school in San Francisco have expressed outrage after learning that a teacher suffering from cancer and on sick leave is ...