Over 300 'inmates' were held in inhumane conditions, some of them were even sodomised by teachers.
This follows RM600,000 in damages awarded by court to student bullied in Terengganu school.
The pair broke into the safe with an axe and a crowbar and consumed cocaine before going on a shooting rampage.
Education of another 3.7 million at risk with teachers' salaries not paid in more than two years.
The air pollution index in Palangka Raya hit 500.
Nine factory workers were sent to the Jasin Hospital for further treatment after suffering breathing difficulties.
The unnamed administrator has been placed on administrative leave over the incident.
She also alleges she has to pay protection money to her fellow pupils to avoid being assaulted.
The health minister says he has engaged independent experts to investigate why pupils and teachers were falling ill in the area.
State executive councillors say the unpleasant odour from pigeon droppings has affected pupils of SK Tanjung Puteri Resort.
Deputy Agriculture Minister Sim Tze says workers used wrong pesticides and were not trained to mix the right amount of water to pesticides.
Police confirm the boy had passed away and add that the three seniors – who have already been charged with assault – would face more serious charges.
Student life is made a lot harder when working with people you cannot rely on.
Since 1964 the Penang State Museum has been housed in a heritage building on Farquhar Street opposite the Courts complex.
Schoolchildren are paying a heavy price for Singapore's success in global education rankings with rising numbers of stress- and anxiety-related cases.
The caning incident raises many questions about punishment in school and whether students and parents have avenues for appeal.
Education activist Noor Azimah Abdul Rahman says action must be taken against the teacher.
One of the owners of the tuition centre has been detained while the other two are on the run.
He says the entire public school system would have to be reformed, which will not be easy.
But efforts to move with the times are stymied by poor internet connectivity and a shortage of equipment.
Nothing makes Saramah Varughese prouder than to see her former trainees take up leadership roles in the world outside.
Authorities say such alternative learning centres can only be opened in plantations but Michael Liman asks how else undocumented children can obtain an education.
The sprawling church car park was empty as the authorities bars vehicles from entering the compound as part of high-level security.
Sabah Infrastructure Development Minister Peter Anthony says the Water Department had no choice as the education office owes it RM700,000.