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  1. 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 ...
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    Now live-streaming: Millennial duo brings their fish shop online

    Virtual wet markets seem to be trending and these thirty-somethings are on board, selling locally-caught seafood via Facebook to a captive audience.
  3. Photo Apple TV streaming The Morning Show

    Streaming wars: Apple splashes S$8.3b on new shows ahead of TV+ launch

    The sum includes hundreds of millions of dollars on the star-studded The Morning Show starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell.
  4. Social media influencer and theatre actor Munah Bagharib. Photo: Aik Chen

    Netflix and chill, literally: Confessions of a TV and movies on-demand addict

    Streaming shows and movies via over-the-top (OTT) video and entertainment services is the way to go for these millennials. In partnership with ...
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    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 — ...
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    Android TV box seller fined in landmark copyright infringement case

    This is the first time an Android streaming box retailer has been prosecuted in Singapore.
  7. Timetabling committee 1

    ‘Like a jigsaw puzzle’: The challenging task of generating school timetables

    Preparing school timetables is a complex task - soon to be made even more complicated with the rollout of full subject-based banding in secondary ...
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    Commentary: What we gain and lose in moving away from streaming

    Streaming may be phased out but moving towards a different form of sorting in the education system has trade-offs, says NIE’s Jason Tan.