Men will always be the problem because no matter how “feminist” we say we are, we can never truly know and understand what women have gone through and are still going through.
The pros of keeping schools open more than outweigh the cons.
We need more people to condemn it. Government authorities, religious authorities, everyone and anyone should express condemnation regarding the issue. Let it be loud and clear that Malaysians do not stand for things like this.
Alethea said she was the only one who was fasting in her school and she happily explained to her friend who didn’t know what fasting is.
Many countries in Europe have had to implement lockdowns just like in Malaysia in order to control the spread of Covid-19. However, they have also managed to keep their schools open.
What is all this hulabaloo about e-learning? How are schools handling the MCO?
If one religion is allowed to permeate schools, then so should all other religions too.
No corporal punishment in school or at home By Zan Azlee So we’ve got these two cases where teachers have resorted to violent corporal punishments when it came to disciplining […]
The only reason an adult would resort to corporal punishment on a child is when they lack good parenting or teaching skills.
I went to a fully residential schools and I there really was no opportunity for me to interact with any other racial groups other than Malays.
The systematic affirmative action that is implemented in the country ensures that there are more bumiputeras in universities.