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  1. Covid-19 Diaries
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    COVID-19 diaries: A student worried about a big exam

    Aiman Yusri, a 16-year-old sitting for his N-Level exams this year, reflects on the struggles of Home-Based Learning (HBL), missing football and ...
  2. File photo of students in classroom

    The Big Read: As subject-based banding takes root, labels on students are fast shedding

    Principals, teachers and students say they are optimistic about the attempt to remove labels and the stigma associated with different streams, but ...
  3. O level results

    Commentary: Junior college or polytechnic after O-Levels – does it matter?

    It may be a daunting decision to make, but the answer is in knowing what suits you best, says June Yong.
  4. Students at Mayflower Secondary School receiving their GCE O-Level results

    O-Level results: 85.2% score at least 5 passes, beating previous year’s record

  5. secondary school students Singapore

    Commentary: The fear of failure cannot help Singapore reach our best

    Singapore comes in second on the OECD PISA rankings but are we missing the forest for the trees in our fixation on such metrics? Crystal Lim-Lange ...
  6. Woman answering and talking on a smartphone

    Commentary: We have totally undervalued late bloomers

    On the back of the release of PSLE results this week, it's time to question this concept of learning as a race against time, says mum June Yong.
  7. China primary school students (1)

    Commentary: Here’s what’s wrong with a homework curfew

    News of the Chinese government imposing a curfew on schoolchildren doing homework suggest disturbing, deep-seated issues which have parallels in ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Students attend a lecture in an auditorium of a university in Munich

    Commentary: Where is the line between getting help on a school assignment and cheating?

    Students and teachers have different ideas of what construes academic misconduct, says Victoria University's Peter Hurley.
  9. 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 — ...