MERITOCRACY

MERITOCRACY

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  1. PSLE results day at Bendemeer Primary School

    Commentary: These PSLE changes won’t fix our national obsession with academic achievement

    Is the education system evolving fast enough? NIE’s Jason Tan dissects the concerns over the new PSLE scoring model.
  2. Man office stressed tired overworked

    Commentary: Always tired and worried about under-performing — when extreme meritocracy drives burn-out

    Organisations must treat employees as the soul of their company, rather than as resources to be expended at their disposal, says IMH’s Sara-Ann Lee.
  3. primary school students

    Commentary: Two ideas to level the education playing field

    The key to ensuring education in Singapore remains a level playing field is to continue reviewing the measures and structures in our education ...
  4. Singapore worker

    Singapore society must maintain ‘informal and egalitarian tone’: PM Lee on tackling inequality

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong outlines Government’s efforts to support social mobility and meritocracy, such as keeping education system open.
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    Spirit of giving back must be 'most apparent' among successful: Masagos on Singapore's meritocracy

    Only when the successful give back will society accept, rather than envy, their successes, says the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources.
  6. Elderly man child Singapore

    Commentary: Re-examine our own mindsets even as the Government explains tax hikes

    It is natural for us to have misgivings about paying higher taxes but we must open our minds to the bigger picture and come to terms with the need ...
  7. Raffles Place crowd

    Commentary: The Government needs to do more to bridge the class divide, but so do we

    With class divisions in Singapore now far more pronounced, more steps need to be taken to expose our children to those whose realities are ...
  8. File photo of university graduates

    Commentary: Is private higher education in Singapore a 'second chance' option?

    We need to go beyond seeing private higher education as a “second chance” for those who didn’t meet entry requirements by public universities, ...
  9. ong ye kung ndr forum 10

    All races must have the chance to be elected President: Ong Ye Kung

    Acting Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) Ong Ye Kung was speaking at a Channel NewsAsia National Day Rally 2016 forum titled ...