Promoting Lifelong Learning

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KOTA KINABALU (27/07/2022): Students in the rural Kiulu constituency need help from the Education Ministry to expedite the construction of SMK Nabalu to enable more enrolments in the area.

 

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KOTA KINABALU (26/07/2022): "Please come back and serve the nation once you've completed your studies," urges Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor to recipients of state-provided scholarships.

 

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(25/07/2022): AFTER your SPM/STPM, you have the option to study in Private Colleges. There are many well-known colleges offering quality education in Sabah.

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CYBERJAYA (22/07/2022): The Health Ministry (MoH) has proposed that the Supplementary Food Programme (RMT) rate for primary pupils be increased to RM4 in Peninsular Malaysia and RM5 in Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan.

 

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NABAWAN (19/07/2022): Forces of Love (FOL) for Educare 2022 returns to Sabah after a two-year hiatus post pandemic with the distribution of school essential items to 2,533 children in the interior of Sabah.

 

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Sabah villagers build makeshift bamboo bridge to help students go to school
KENINGAU (16/11/2021): Villagers at Apin-Apin here built a bamboo bridge to help Form 5 students to go to school after the road collapsed more than a week ago.

 

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KOTA KINABALU, 03/04/2021: Local portal Nabalu News has joined forces with the Language and Communication Faculty of Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) to empower the use of the Kadazandusun language.

 

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KUALA LUMPUR, 08/04/2021: In pursuit of knowledge and better livelihood, the saying "Practice makes perfect" best described the people of Sabah - the Land Under the Wind - who are willing to travel to the peninsula at a very young age to seek knowledge.

 

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