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Home ministry probing distribution of comic book to schools

Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says a detailed investigation is needed as the publication is a 'cause for concern'.

Nigerian president vows crackdown on abusive Islamic schools

Hundreds have been freed by police from ‘inhuman and degrading conditions’ in recent weeks.

How were funds allocated for schools, opposition chief asks govt

Ismail Sabri Yaakob calls for a review of the funds allocated in the 2020 Budget.

It’s a crime if a teacher abuses a pupil

When a child needs protection, the police and Welfare Department must take action under the Child Act even if the parents of a child withdraw a complaint.

Divisive policies cause of disunity, not vernacular schools

Malaysia is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious society that takes pride in diversity and differences.

Classes resume at all schools tomorrow as air pollution eases

Education Ministry says all schools are reminded to follow procedures and give priority to the health of pupils and teachers.

All schools in KL to reopen while 57 in Selangor remain...

The schools that remain closed are in Kuala Langat and Klang, Selangor.

303 Perak schools closed today will reopen on Thursday

Perak education director says API readings were falling in the state.

All schools, kindies closed in Selangor, Penang, KL for 2 days...

Education ministry will decide every day before 6pm whether schools will open for classes the next day.

99 more schools told to close in Selangor

This brings the total number of schools affected to 214.

Putrajaya schools to stay closed due to haze

All 25 schools in the area will remain closed for the second day in a row.

220 schools, colleges in Tangkak and Muar closed tomorrow

A total of 40,000 children to stay away from school, after a day of 'very unhealthy' air quality.

Haze forces closure of 3 schools in Klang

Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Johan Setia, SK Jalan Kebun and Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Jalan Kebun ordered to close after API readings passed 200.

Raatchasi ignites self-reflection among teachers

Maszlee Malik is right to urge teachers to watch the movie ‘Raatchasi’ as it has many lessons which, if taken to heart, may just help improve the schooling experience.

Sarawak orders schools in haze-hit areas to close

The education department says the examination board will also postpone examinations if the API reaches 300.

Food for thought on free school breakfast

Contractors should be monitored to ensure quality and that school authorities are not bribed.

Schools deserted in Srinagar as parents fear more unrest

Parents say their children will stay home until cellular networks are restored and the situation returns to normal.

Sabah has more pressing needs than khat, says minister

Rural Development Minister Ewon Benedick says the focus now should be on improving the infrastructure of schools and teachers' welfare.

Special panel studying ways to stop vaping among school kids

Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad says he does not want these products to be accessible to children aged below 18.

Trauma support for 3,000 pupils after Pasir Gudang pollution

State director of health says psychological support has been provided since the Sungai Kim Kim incident.

Food poisoning cases up by 24%, including in schools, reveals Dzulkefly

He says till May this year, 213 cases were reported, including 68 at government schools and 26 at private schools.

Sarawak govt’s ‘unlawful demands’ delayed school repairs, says state DAP

Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen urges swift compliance with the finance ministry’s rules so that the RM1 billion fund can be allocated.

Education ministry went back on internet tender offer, claims YTL

Telekom Malaysia, Celcom Axiata and Maxis replace YTL to provide internet services to schools.

130 pupils, teachers fall sick barely hours after schools reopen in...

Thirty of them sent to health clinics for further treatment.