Teachers accused of abusing their students must be made to face the law, not moved to other schools.
Government gives in after one-month strike disrupts studies of 1.5 mil students.
This follows RM600,000 in damages awarded by court to student bullied in Terengganu school.
Many teachers are sharing their knowledge and expertise through interactive videos, and they will be collated by the education ministry.
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.
The teachers' rally has the approval of the police and went on peacefully.
Union says teachers should be allowed use their judgment.
The roadmap to inclusive education in preschools must be put away until both state and civil society awaken to their responsibilities.
The union says Putrajaya must prepare properly before bringing back the Teaching and Learning of Science and Mathematics in English programme, a sentiment shared by two others in the education field.
The state education minister says training for the teachers will begin by September.
Teo Kok Seong of UKM tells NUTP to stop denying this.
NUTP president says a comprehensive study should be made to find out the causes.
Academic Jeniri Amir says education should be above political differences.
Nothing makes Saramah Varughese prouder than to see her former trainees take up leadership roles in the world outside.
Education Minister says serving teachers are being trained to do better, while more teachers are being sought.
Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim, a member of the National Education Advisory Council, says the country is short of 2,000 English language teachers, and that every year another 1,000 retire.
DoE says committee's functions will be to decide on any issues related to toxic waste management in the future.
Training programmes for teachers should include a comparative education element which allows for an understanding of geographical differences and variances between urban and rural populations, among others.
Teachers on temporary contracts have been on strike since March 3 demanding permanent employment arrangements that would improve their rights and benefits, especially over retirement.
Our selection of teachers and headmasters, and also university lecturers, needs to be drastically improved.
The National Union of Teaching Profession says the number of those capable of teaching Science and Mathematics in English is limited.
Although many older people tend to think that teachers of the past had more commitment and passion, there were also some poor excuses for teachers then, just as there are some excellent teachers today.
Most people say that teachers in the past were full of passion and dedication and that they genuinely cared for their students but that today’s teachers are a different lot altogether.
They say they also have to deal with administrative duties which have nothing to do with teaching or learning.