Teacher at Chinese independent school rhapsodises about her students and her colleagues.
The prime minister also says he does not see any issues with Education Minister Maszlee Malik over his stand on matriculation.
Building genuine partnerships for a united Malaysia is an idea worth pursuing with the right political will.
With the Umno-PAS alliance clearly stating it will fight for the good of the Muslims, the stage is set for a political struggle between a coalition promoting a Malay agenda and another that is embracing a Malaysian outlook.
They say recruitment should be based on merit and not on racial considerations, with some suggesting the introduction of an equal opportunity law.
Chinese candidates for private sector jobs obtain more callbacks than their Malay and Indian peers combined, shows survey by Centre for Governance and Political Studies.
Pantai Hospital Sungai Petani’s nursing director Katini Abu Hassan says nurses of different races will allow the staff to spend more quality time with their families during festive times.
Syed Farid al-Attas also says it's better for schools to teach English only as a subject but to do it well.
PPBM chairman confident PH has a very good chance of winning the Malay-majority seat in the coming by-election.
Its vice-chancellor, Prof Emeritus Hassan Said, says policy is still relevant, especially as those from underprivileged families still need UiTM.
Its vice-president Mohamed Khaled Nordin says the party has always been openly pro-Islam and Malay.
Former Sungai Benut MP Tawfik Ismail says it appears the education minister is powerless in the fight against right-wing elements being put into the education system.
Some social media users had questioned the AG's appointment to Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka's board due to his lack of proficiency in Bahasa Malaysia.
Amirudin Shari says the current government did not decide on dual languages for road signs and there’s no use blaming anyone.
There appears to be a concerted effort to destabilise Umno, if not kill it, as the fluid political landscape begins to solidify.
Saying Chinese is a language of business, the Port Dickson MP urges Muslims to be inclusive and to speak up against discrimination of the poor by the rich.
Malaysians should take pride in the national language and be proficient in it, no matter what their social standing is.
The parents group says English tutors should be introduced in high-need schools as a measure to improve students' proficiency in the language.
English is an international language that can be globally understood in academic circles.
Tan Hong Pin says only Chinese and English letters from Iskandar Puteri city councillor were spread on social media.
Incoming PKR president says this particular group talks as though country only belongs to them and only their opinions matter.
The authorities appear to spare English books on controversial religious issues, but have no qualms about banning similar books in Malay, say two activists.
This is among the six motions passed without debate at its general assembly.
The former finance minister says hopefully, the government will be able to get rid of corrupt officers who have left their own kind to suffer.