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Educating for the future: The case of East Asia

The purpose of any education system is to equip learners with the ability to live a fulfilling and productive life. Currently, East Asia is...

It has the world’s best schools, but Singapore wants better

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 1 Sep 2018 | by: The Economist | Story Source: The Economist ~ Go to Original Article The...

Singapore: Humanities at the heart of a holistic education in a...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 14 Jul 2018 | By: Tommy Koh | Story Source: Channel News Asia ~ Go to Original Article   The fourth industrial...

Technology ‘can transform’ the developing world’s education

Using game-like smartphone apps is one way to give children incentives for learning.   © NurPhoto/Getty Images Singapore entrepreneur brings social gaming lessons to...

Singapore: SkillsFuture Singapore to deepen skills of training and adult education...

By FARIS MOKHTAR | 01 FEBRUARY, 2018 SINGAPORE – Unlike other Industry Transformation Maps (ITM) that have been rolled out, the roadmap for the training and adult education...

Singapore: Trans-ASEAN education can play a role in building a regional...

20 January, 2018 As the celebration for last year’s 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) wanes, ASEAN now face the tasks...

Singapore: Salman Khan of the Khan Academy: Firing up an education...

By Sandra Davie 15 January, 2018 In the first of a four-part series on disruptions in education, Mr Salman Khan, founder of the Khan Academy and Khan...

Singapore: Disadvantaged Singapore students do better than OECD peers: Dr Puthucheary

SINGAPORE: Disadvantaged students in Singapore do better than those of similar backgrounds from other developed countries, Senior Minister of State for Education Janil Puthucheary said in...

Singapore: Commentary: Are we still missing the point of education?

The official narrative surrounding education has been changing, but is this powerful enough to uproot entrenched views in society, asks Channel NewsAsia's Bharati Jagdish. SINGAPORE:...

Singapore: Reducing class sizes can benefit students: Leon Perera

8 Nov, 2017 The Ministry of Education (MOE) should consider reducing class sizes to about 20 to 25, Non-Constituency MP Leon Perera told Parliament yesterday. He...

How Singapore Encourages Lifelong Learning and Workforce Resilience

By Robert Kamei October 12, 2017 The global economy now demands workers to be nimbler than ever. As lifelong learning becomes increasingly critical for ongoing success in the...

Tech, the road less travelled by girls

Mastercard programme aims to get girls to pursue science, tech, engineering and mathematics When students huddle in a corner and ink secret, coded messages, most...

Step into the future with education tech

Discover how current affairs, when coupled with educational technology, can make your classroom a more vibrant place to teach and learn skills for the...

Singapore students suffer from high levels of anxiety: Study

Higher proportion worry about tests and grades compared with OECD average Singapore students may be topping the charts in mathematics, science and reading, but it...

Creating better learning spaces for our children

A new e-learning portal to be introduced next year promises to make lessons more engaging. Experts say it can even be an education leveller,...

Singapore: Getting kids started on budgeting, saving and coding

During recess, Nur Tiara Isabella, 10, would often visit the school bookstore and be tempted to spend her $2 daily allowance on new trinkets...

Singapore: Active voices of the young at Rosyth School

Being young does not mean one cannot take part in the public discourse on social issues. This is the philosophy behind Rosyth School's C@RS (Current Affairs...

Singapore parents pump $96k into kids’ education, rank 3rd globally in...

They rank 3rd globally in such spending in HSBC survey; majority make funding decisions early Singapore parents spend an average of US$70,939 (about S$96,000) on...

Singaporeans spend twice the global average on children’s local education

SINGAPORE — Parents in Singapore spend on average US$70,939 (S$96,196) a year for their children’s local education, almost double the global average of US$44,221,...

Singapore schools to introduce e-learning portal from 2018

SINGAPORE: Students in Singapore will be able to access an online learning portal starting next year, the Ministry of Education (MOE) announced in a...

The Global Search for Education: Will Singapore Continue to Lead in...

“We are putting in more efforts to emphasize values inculcation, lifelong learning, holistic education and 21st century skills.  We hope to encourage joyful learning...

“Educate to survive:” The key to Singapore’s educational success

SINGAPORE - Since the PISA results came out in 2015, announcing that the Singapore Educational system ranked number 1 in the world in terms...

Is Singapore the world’s education laboratory?

Andrew MacIntyre takes a look at how an ageing population and slow growth is driving dramatic education reform in Singapore – with fascinating results.  Governments...

Singapore: Kids have fun with Virtual Reality (VR) lessons

PRIMARY school kids have started getting a big kick with Virtual Reality (VR) becoming part of their daily study. This pilot project on the ‘Use...

Singapore to trial VR for learning and training

Singapore announced a host of virtual reality initiatives as part of building blocks for a digital economy. In an opening address at the Infocom Media...

University alliance in Asia aims to boost regional ties and global...

Fifteen universities across Asia have formed a consortium in order to capitalise on the region’s economic power to facilitate intra-Asian mobility and enhance academic and research...

Singapore maths inspires UK educators

The Singapore style of teaching mathematics is already being used in thousands of schools across the United States. Now, it is making inroads into...

Why Singapore’s education system needs an overhaul

Students from Singapore and East Asian countries have consistently come out tops in the Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) and Trends in International...

Singapore: NUS remains Asia’s top university in Times Higher Education ranking

Despite “very tough competition” from Chinese universities this year, the National University of Singapore (NUS) remains Asia’s top university in the latest Times Higher...

Thai education reform: Lessons from Singapore and Vietnam

Regional success stories point the way, but the junta government has been a slow learner so far When the National Council for Peace and Order came...