Tag: Chinese schools
Keep in mind that Dong Zong has welcomed Malaysians of all ethnicity into Chinese schools all this while.
This achievements by Chinese Malaysians have few, if any, comparisons in the world.
Tens of thousands take to social media to vent anger, accusing party leaders of betraying the Chinese community.
NUTP says there is nothing religious about learning the Malay-Arabic calligraphy.
They say the art of calligraphy writing has nothing to do with learning the national language.
In the teaching of Science and Maths, it is best to allow the various communities to have a democratic choice and not force the schools to teach these subjects in English.
Our selection of teachers and headmasters, and also university lecturers, needs to be drastically improved.
The PAS president says Malays are currently divided, unlike non-Malays.
Persatuan Jaringan Ibubapa Pencinta Pendidikan Bahasa Zhonghua says despite an education ministry ruling that computer classes should not be held during school hours, about 100 schools are doing so and charging pupils for it.
The Ministry of Education says it has nothing to do with a check presentation ceremony attended by its deputy minister.
It is in fact the public school system and the Malay educationists who have done this.
Man had only asked for commission to supply items to school, says officer after police report lodged.
The youth and sports minister says investigations show the man has no links to his office.
The UEC is neither a threat nor a challenge; it only provides an additional avenue for our students to excel.
Its deputy president Wee Ka Siong questions Putrajaya's stand on funding for the schools.
Analysts and educationists pin hopes on PH living up to its promises, after abolition of professors council removes an obstacle.
BN’s election manifesto shows that it will just “consider” giving UEC equal status as the SPM or STPM, says the DAP secretary-general.
MCA president says the DAP is a party without principle, in being "willing to pull down the rocket" in all their seats
PM calls stories about Chinese nationals buying property in Forest City getting ICs and China-Kuantan Industrial Park being off limits to Malaysians, lies that can sow distrust.
Suaram adviser Kua Kia Soong says Anwar Ibrahim is distorting history, and is equally responsible as the education minister then for angering Chinese educationists.
Hindraf chairman P Waythamoorthy says there should be no discrimination when it comes to education.
The Sabah state government sets aside RM32 million every year to fund maintenance and other costs of Chinese schools and non-Muslim houses of worship.
Citing UK case, Segambut MP says political party has no basis to sue, over allegation that MCA pocketed public funds, instead of contributing to Chinese schools.
Former senior education ministry official says existing Chinese education group and growing presence of Tamil groups means vernacular schools are here to stay.