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Malaysia: Stateless in Sabah, the boys and girls who can’t go...

Every morning in a village in Sandakan, Sabah, a large group of children run out to a makeshift building made out of discarded wood and aluminium...

Malaysia: Pledges to Facilitate Education of Migrant (TKI) Children

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 24 July 2018 | By: SUCI SEKARWATI | Story Source: Ladies Want More ~ Go to Original Article   TEMPO.CO, Jakarta –...

Education for change in a new Malaysia

Posted on 20 May 2018 - 08:03pm, Last updated on 21 May 2018 - 02:14pm, by Dzulkifli Abdul Razak @ The Sun Daily (Malaysia) THE...

Malaysia Sees Substantial Growth in Education Mobility, Reveals Youth Mobility Index

By PRESS RELEASE PR Newswire | 04 February, 2018 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Feb. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- To commemorate its 10th year anniversary, operator of the '.Asia'...

Malaysia sets sights on refugee students

Officials marked their intent to accommodate more students from countries affected by war and humanitarian crises into the Malaysian education system, at the recent...

Malaysia’s International Education by 2020 and Beyond

By Kris Olds January 14, 2018 This entry is based on recent work in ASEAN and South Pacific Island States, specifically to address confusion between international education...

How Two Young Malaysians Are Empowering Refugee Children Through Education

by Nandini Balakrishnan — 21 Nov 2017 They run a social enterprise that aims to transform the lives of refugee children by improving the quality of the...

Malaysia: Younger generation urged to learn coding

PUTRAJAYA: Exposing students to coding programmes in schools will ensure Malaysia is on the right track towards becoming a digital economy nation. In line with...

2018 Budget: Educators, students seek education boost

By Amirah Nabilah - October 25, 2017 @ 6:41pm KUANTAN: Educationists from institutions of higher learning are hoping for more allocation to research grants to boost research and...

Malaysia: The cost of children’s education

By AUDREY VIJAINDREN - November 5, 2017 KUALA LUMPUR: HOW much are you willing to sacrifice to give your child the best head start? Apparently, Malaysian parents are ranked...

Situation Analysis of Out-of-School Children in Nine Southeast Asian Countries

In an effort to assist the countries in Southeast Asia to develop more robust policies and programmes for out-of-school children (OOSC) in their respective...

Malaysia: Reaching out to kids in poor urban communities

Children in the urban poor communities may lack opportunities in aspects such as better after-school childcare and extra self-development activities. To address the situation as...

Malaysia: Changing mindsets through education

XI used to be an angry child. He would come to class grumpy and could not tolerate criticism. At one time, when another student...

Malaysia: ‘Help on the way for undocumented children’

KUCHING: Children without proper documentations in the state will soon be receiving assistance from the state National Registration Department (JPN) and the state Education...

Malaysia: Never too late to learn

This UNHCR video holds up the example of young Somali refugee Nawa, who has beat the odds and gained an education in Malaysia. For...

Reaching out to homeless kids through education

Being an educator requires sincerity and great patience, especially when teaching children who had never received formal education. However, thanks to the sheer determination in...

Malaysia’s teaching curriculum: Incorporate distinctive features of Finland’s education system

Malaysia has much to learn from Finland, where primary school teaching is one of the most sought-after careers, observes Benedict Lopez.  Like quality healthcare, good education...

MCA aims to improve vocational education in Malaysia

Vocational professions are the cornerstone of the Malaysian economy and the MCA is committed to raising the bar for vocational education to increase productivity...

Help refugees move on

ACCORDING to a report from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in 2011, the largest group of refugees in Malaysia is from...

29 edtech startups across Southeast Asia with some funding and traction

Startups that tackle problems in Southeast Asia’s education system aren’t exactly writing big headlines with multi-million dollar funding rounds, but they’re around. Some have...

Education Ministry drafting policy to address learning disabilities

The Education Ministry is drafting a policy to address issues pertaining to learning disabilities such as autism and dyslexia, among others. Deputy Education Minister...

Learning beyond the classroom

UNDERSTANDING knowledge and critically applying it, is the way forward for students today. It was the view shared by teachers who were recent winners of...

Malaysia’s innovative ties that bind

A commitment to closer bilateral cooperation in the fields of innovation and education was among the leading outcomes of a visit to Kuala Lumpur...

How primary education can save billions

Southeast Asian countries stand to lose billions of dollars in the near future unless urgent measures are taken to enrol millions of out-of-school children...

Agreement on boosting vocational empowerment

The Asia-Pacific Conference on Education and Training concluded last week with the Kuala Lumpur Declaration, a transformative vision of technical and vocational education and...

Asia-Pacific Conference on Education and Training concludes with ‘Kuala Lumpur Declaration’...

‘Quality Education and Skills Development for a Sustainable Future’ the theme of action plan to transform technical and vocational education and training in region KUALA...

Three-day Asia-Pacific Conference on Education and Training opens in Malaysia

Despite tremendous economic growth in Asia-Pacific over the past decade, millions of the region’s young find themselves unemployed or underemployed, lacking the skills they...

Malaysia among leaders in vocational, technical training

With the various education initiatives and policies that have been taken, Malaysia is now one of the leading countries in Technical and Vocational Education...

Teachers go out of the way to help pupils (Malaysia)

Pupils of SK Mesilau are not missing out on classes, thanks to dedi­cated teachers. The teachers turned up at relief centres to hold classes for...

FLS in Action: Regional Planning Workshop to Expand Flexible Learning Strategies...

ognizant of the need to expand the provision of FLS in the ASEAN region, UNESCO Bangkok will organise a two-day regional planning workshop inviting...