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  1. 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 ...
  2. Student writing on paper, getting work organised.

    Commentary: Should parents help their kids with homework?

    Under the right circumstances, homework help from parents is helpful, says University of Oklahoma’s Daniel Hamlin.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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 ...
  6. Students attend a lesson on "Fake News: access, security and veracity of information" in

    Commentary: How one school is fighting fake news

    Financial Times' Simon Kuper visits a school in Brussels - and uncovers how they fight fake news.
  7. NUS graduates at commencement ceremony

    Commentary: Action and caution needed, as business schools respond to disruption

    Changes in the business school modus operandi have been underway for years before disruption was a buzzword, say NUS Business School’s Ang Swee ...
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    Commentary: School textbooks need to highlight the seriousness of climate change

    Some textbooks used in American schools curricula still suggest that global warming and climate change are myths, say three observers.