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Applauding the "unsung heroes" in private education

This September, the Education Services Union is reaching out to some 30,000 non-teaching staff in private education institutions.

Applauding the "unsung heroes" in private education

Mr Khaw Boon Wan (L) gave out star balloons as a gesture of thanks to non-teaching staff in private education institutions.

SINGAPORE: This September, the Education Services Union is reaching out to some 30,000 non-teaching staff in private education institutions.

Calling them the "unsung heroes" of the industry, the union is having a month-long appreciation movement.

Kicking off the celebrations was a tea reception at the Parliament House on Friday.

The union roped in bosses of private education organisations to prepare and serve local dishes to their staff as a gesture of thanks.

Guests also received star balloons from National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan, who is chairman of the union's council of advisors.

Source: CNA/cc

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