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D11 investigates porn during PdPR

The police will investigate on the porn video played during a virtual examination involving Form Two students of a secondary school in Kuala Lumpur recently

Reopen schools to SPM, STPM, STAM students only – Dr Anuar

The Ministry of Education is urged to only reopen school session for students who will be sitting for major examinations at the secondary schools only on 3 October

6 siblings fight for chance to use 2 gadgets during PdPR

Not everyone can afford to do home-based teaching and learning (PdPR). Six siblings who reside at Pangsapuri Petaling Perdana have no choice but to share two electronic devices for their PdPR since last year.

Jaringan Prihatin programme extended until 31 Aug

The government has extended the Jaringan Prihatin Programme for another month until 31 August

1GB daily free internet to be extended until 31 July

The 1 Gigabyte (1GB) daily free internet from all five telecommunication companies will be extended until 31 July this year.

MOE is not perfect but committed to do the best –...

The decision for the Ministry of Education (MOE) to close schools for 10 days after the Aidilfitri holidays was aimed to protect the schools from Covid-19 infection.

2 weeks of PdPR after Aidilfitri holidays

Students in the primary and secondary schools will be following the home based teaching and learning (PdPR) two weeks after the Hari Raya Aidilfitri holidays until the semester break to reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection.

Shut schools down first – PIBGN

The Ministry of Education (MoE) is urged to close all schools nationwide for the mean time and return to home-based teaching and learning (PdPR).

Wants free computer despite having Vellfire at home

The Member of Parliament of Bukit Mertajam, Steven Sim has seen various attitude of the people while handing out free laptop and tablet computer to the needy.

MOE’s DidikTV KPM would assist in PdPR – PM

Ministry of Education (MOE)'s education television channel, DidikTV, would be able to help with the implementation of the home-based teaching and learning (PdPR)