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Is a polytechnic education suitable for my child?

Is a polytechnic education suitable for my child?

So, your child has completed the O-Level exams and is now stumped by the pathways that have opened up? To better understand the post-secondary options available for your child, make a date with Republic Polytechnic‘s Parents’ Talk on 11 or 12 January 2018. At this… Read More

Extending school far beyond the classroom walls

Extending school far beyond the classroom walls

James Lawrence, a 2017 graduate of the Traip Academy in Kittery, Maine, holds wooden duck decoys he made for an art credit his senior year. Photo courtesy of Susan Johnson James Lawrence planned to open his own welding business after his 2017 graduation from the… Read More

A university gets personal with its students about cybersecurity

A university gets personal with its students about cybersecurity

Today’s students may be digital natives, but that doesn't mean institutions can count on them to protect themselves from cyberattacks. A recent survey by the technology firm CDW-G found that the No. 1 cybersecurity challenge facing IT professionals on campus is educating users about security policies… Read More

Movie Review: The Star

Movie Review: The Star

Rating: 4/5 Donkeys don’t dream. Well, not in an aspirational, “follow your dreams” way, at any rate. But Boaz is no normal donkey. Marching in a circle grinding grain is not Bo’s vision of destiny fulfilled. No, Bo and his friend, Dave the dove, harbour… Read More

‘Tis the Season of Giving and Play

‘Tis the Season of Giving and Play

This December, bring your whole family for a full day of play at the Sports Hub Community Play Day! Gear up for an action-packed family bonding weekend at this year-end edition and embrace the “Season of Giving” with Focus on the Family Singapore as one… Read More