Tunku Ismail says universities should work to benefit everyone, not individual and political interests.
Do we really need to understand subjects in the science stream like Biology and Chemistry if we do not want to go into medicine?
One can already imagine the scheduling and logistical nightmare that will take place next year.
Woman's lawyer says school trip would not have happened as no other parents made themselves available.
France is split on finding balance between individual religious freedom and constitutionally-guaranteed secularism in public.
Education minister says many science stream pupils could have become artists or linguists instead, while some in arts were meant to be scientists.
Ismail Sabri Yaakob calls for a review of the funds allocated in the 2020 Budget.
What exactly is going on? It is hard to figure out what vision animated the recently-announced 2020 budget.
Knowledge must be used for good, says 81-year-old former government adviser who started his doctoral studies in 2008.
Human rights groups say more funds should be given to develop better schooling system for the new industrial revolution.
Committee chairman Eddin Khoo says it intends to meet MPs on Oct 16 to collect more views.
The education minister says free education will have to wait for now.
Sabah MCA Wanita chief Pamela Yong says UEC candidates who want to sit for History cannot take it as a single subject in SPM.
The course aims to produce graduates that will hit the ground running after returning to their respective organisations.
Education minister urges Malaysians to share stories of unsung heroes in education, such as principals and teachers that they know.
Education director says the teacher will be sent for counselling, and talks will be held with school officials and the parents.
Director-general of education Amin Senin says the ministry is considering further disciplinary action against Methodist Girls' School for contravening national education regulations.
The education minister says all parties should continue to help elevate the Malay language to the international level.
Dzaharudin Mansor says the old colonial system, with a focus on obeying orders, still prevails.
He said the country is now an example of what to avoid for other Muslim nations although in the 1980s, Malaysia was held in high regard.
He says one of his dreams is to see that all children with special needs will never feel they are unwanted in this world.
The education minister says TVET should be students’ first choice of career and education.
Education of another 3.7 million at risk with teachers' salaries not paid in more than two years.
Education Ministry says all schools are reminded to follow procedures and give priority to the health of pupils and teachers.