MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

MOE PROMOTES CONTINUAL LEARNING, BUT NOT FOR MTL TEACHER STUDYING TRANSLATION DIPLOMA

I'm a teacher taking on part time Diploma Course in Translation and Interpretation with SCCIOB and sponsorship not supported. I've keen interests to upgrade my skills in this area which essentially beneficial to my students learning, and I am fine and paid for the course fees at my own expense, but just feel rather disheartened with the decision from MOE.

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MOE LOOKS TO EXTEND COMPULSORY EDUCATION TO KIDS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

This is an issue close to my heart and for some of you out there too. It's something we have been working on. The Ministry of Education, Singapore's plan to include children with Special Educational Needs in the Compulsory Education Act is a huge step in making Singapore a more inclusive society. The changes to the Compulsory Education Act support the recommendation in the Second Enabling Masterplan for more support in enabling children with special needs to access education in both mainstream and Special Education (SPED) schools

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MOE LOOPHOLE UNFAIRLY ADVANTAGES FOREIGNERS OVER S'PORE KIDS

We have a system for childrens of returning Singaporeans from overseas to be emplaced in a equivelant level in a school, which ease the stress for the parents when the whole
family return from overseas assignment. However, this system has been exploited by new citizens from certain countries, recently.

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MOE REJECTS NUS MUSIC GRADUATE AMIS APPLICATION BECAUSE HE DID NOT PROVIDE ABRSM GRADE 5 QUALIFICATION

An NUS music graduate looking to renew his Arts and Music Instructor Scheme (AMIS) licence has been rejected by the Ministry of Education because he did not furnish them with at least an The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) grade 5 qualification even though he attached his Bachelor of Music degree as his highest professional music qualification. An ABRSM grade 5 is equivalent to GCSE 'O' levels. Does MOE think that a music degree from our local university is not as good as a lesser qualification from a UK examinations board?

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