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Start counterterror attack drills in schools

Government officials have repeatedly said that it is not whether there will be a terror attack in Singapore but, rather, when a terror attack will take place. With “lone wolf” attacks on the rise, one could happen at any time in Singapore. What if an... More Details

Singapore Tops World’s Most Comprehensive Education Rankings

IN AN exercise highlighting the rise of Asia and the decline of traditional powerhouses, Singapore has come out tops in the world’s most comprehensive education rankings. Among the 76 regions and countries surveyed, Asia took the top five spots, with Singapore leading the pack, according... More Details

Singapore’s Latest Masterplan For ICT In Education Is Aimed At Further Transforming The Learning Environment For Students

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has unveiled Singapore’s third Masterplan for ICT in Education, which is aimed at further transforming the learning environment for students. Speaking at the inaugural International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology (iCTLT) in August, Dr Ng Eng Hen, Minister... More Details

Good Education Alone Does Not Guarantee Singapore Success

SINGAPORE: Good education alone does not guarantee Singapore success, said Education Minister Heng Swee Keat. Speaking during a ministerial visit to Bishan East on Sunday (May 10), Mr Heng stressed that the country should look forward and outwards in terms of how Singapore responds to... More Details

3 Ways the Singapore Education System Needs to Change to Prepare Kids for the Future Economy

Our local students might have come out tops in the Pisa tests, but that’s actually bad news. It confirms that the Singapore workforce is seriously underperforming relative to its test scores. Why is it that, despite our fantastic test scores, Singapore workers do badly in... More Details

Going beyond Grades: Evolving the Singapore Education System

Pupils in Primary 1 this year will be the first cohort to take the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) and receive a new set of results. In 2021, the national examination will do away with the aggregate score – often criticised for being the cause... More Details

It Pays To Plan Ahead For Your Children’s Education

Most, if not all, parents want to provide tertiary education for their children. But the cost of tertiary education can be hefty. Recognising this, MoneySENSE would like to share a few tips on what you can do to start saving for your child’s tertiary education.... More Details

SMU Academy will offer modules that are stackable towards Master’s degrees, and will award digital credentials

In support of the SkillsFuture movement, Singapore Management University (SMU) today officially launched its lifelong learning unit SMU Academy.  The launch ceremony was held in conjunction with DIGITEC 2017, a technology conference that is focused on digital capabilities such as blockchain, fintech, HR analytics, lean... More Details

NUS, NTU Among Top In Global Uni Rankings

Two Singapore universities have again emerged among the best in the world in a global university ranking, taking top-10 spots globally in 10 subjects. The ranking was done by London-based education and career consultancy Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) – more well-known for its annual ranking of... More Details

DSA Could Take Financial Toll On Families

Faced with a shrinking student population, 14 schools will be folded into others by 2019 to keep school sizes feasible. For the first time, this merger exercise will include junior colleges. Serangoon, Tampines, Innova and Jurong JCs will be absorbed by Anderson, Meridian, Yishun and... More Details