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August 2014

Parenting

The Tuition Debate

When Parliament met in September last year, Senior Minister of State for Education and Law Indranee Rajah answered concerns about the on-going “phenomena” of the private tuition industry here. One year on, the debate on whether school-going children need tuition…

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Parenting

Grow Your Child’s Sense of Grit

Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of Malala, the teenager who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban in 2012 for speaking out in favour of girls’ education, is often asked what he did for his daughter that has given her such courage,…

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Baby's Day Out
Family Fun

Baby’s Day Out

The Labour Movement Kickstarted Singapore’s 49th Birthday Celebrations August is always a joyous celebratory month for our little island. This year is no different as the nation marches into their 49th birthday. The Labour Movement, with its over 800,000 members,…

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