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Worried Maszlee in tears

Minister of Education, Dr Maszlee Malik was in tears when he raised his woes about the possibility that some of the officers in his ministry may not be at the same course as the aspiration he wished for.

Cabinet approves Khat

The cabinet has decided to go ahead with the introduction of khat in vernacular schools next year and the teachers will decide how to teach it.

Zunar cartoonist satirize government over Khat

The khat writing scheduled to be introduced to all national and vernacular schools, including the national type schools (SJK) next year receives criticisms from cartoonist, Zunar

MOE will issue statement on Jawi in textbooks

The Ministry of Education will issue an official statement on the proposal to introduce Jawi writing in all national textbooks, including for Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Cina (SJKC).

No new subject on democracy – Teo

No new subjects on democracy or the Federal Constitution will be introduced in the next schooling session, Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching said

5 reasons why MOE rejected YTL’s offers

Hidden costs are among the main factors why the Ministry of Education (MOE) rejected the offer from YTL Communications Sdn Bhd (YTLC) to provide free internet for 10,000 schools.

MOE never permitted the use of special stickers on school milk

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has never given any permission to use special label stickers on milk cartons as per the viral social media claim.

Eat first, and Maszlee ’disappeared’

The hopes of journalists to get statements from the Minister of Education Dr Maszlee Malik on education issues surrounding the Batek tribe orang asli in Gua Musang, Kelantan were dashed when he suddenly disappeared.

MOE ready to work with MACC

The Ministry of Education welcomes the idea of the new Chief Commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) who wants to use education as a tool to build a culture which cannot tolerate corruption.

Students have to take over the roles of cleaners

When the schools have no choice, they would need to ask the students to clean the school instead after the Ministry of Education has decided to cut down the amount of cleaners and security personnel at schools drastically.