“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela Education is a fundamental right. It is enhanced in Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Nevertheless, according to the UNESCO, more than 61 million children of primary education age are not attending school. They suffer […]
Pelucutan jawatan Profesor Redzuan Othman hanyalah satu daripada pelbagai masalah di UM
Jason Wee has some beef with the way history is taught and tested for SPM.
Alice Loi speaks for civil disobedience in the classroom.
Cassandra Chung has hope for Malaysia amid our increasing desperation.
Vince Tan has an urgent proposal for the Ministry of Higher Education — to reform the legal education system.
In her response to Amanda Hoi’s love letter to Malaysia, Cass Shan talks about the ways Malaysia has failed her — and us.
Cass Shan has a suggestion or two for students who cannot afford private education.
Sam Harith has The Talk with his little girl and comes away with a revelation.
Cass Shan has a word or two for critics of her ‘No More STPM’ campaign.
An old Victorian’s hopes for the future of VI. #BeYetWiser #VI120
Cass Shan makes an impassioned case against the STPM.
Raymond Woo appeals to the practice of politics beyond party lines.
Sinjoro Eng presents a case for Esperanto to the political coalitions of Malaysia.
Ed Soo on why Malaysia needs change.
Sometimes, the grass is greener on the other side. Sometimes.
The final part of the 3-part series.