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  1. Png Eng Huat on May 16 in Parliament

    Tackle social inequality by addressing lack of diversity in schools: WP’s Png Eng Huat

    The opposition MP reiterated his suggestion for students whose PSLE results put them in the top tier of their primary schools to be granted a ...
  2. Png Eng Huat on the need to nip social stratification in the bud
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    Png Eng Huat on the need to nip social stratification in the bud

    MP Png Eng Huat spoke in Parliament on Wednesday (May 16) during the debate on the President's address. He said the fight against ...
  3. Singapore worker

    Singapore society must maintain ‘informal and egalitarian tone’: PM Lee on tackling inequality

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong outlines Government’s efforts to support social mobility and meritocracy, such as keeping education system open.
  4. File photo of students in classroom

    Be bold, be wise to advance education in Singapore, says Ong Ye Kung

  5. My childhood Chinatown (Yip Yew Chong Victor Yue Charmaine Leung)

    My childhood Chinatown: How I lived with prostitutes, gangs, corpses

    Secret societies. Dead bodies laid out in the open. An entire street full of brothels. Three Singaporeans share stories of growing up in Chinatown ...
  6. The Pulse
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    The Pulse

    Episode 15: Time for Bold Policy Changes in Singapore?

    Episode 15: Time for Bold Policy Changes in Singapore?
  7. Children playing along East Coast Park. (Photo: Edric Sng)

    Commentary: Why investing in early childhood education cannot be the primary solution to inequality

    Deep adjustments to move education away from getting kids to be able to perform narrow skills early, from persistent practices of sorting and ...
  8. Halimah opening speech parliament

    ‘No sacred cows’: Signal that 4G leaders are ready to make bold changes is important, say MPs

    Members of Parliament were responding to the President’s speech at the opening of the Second Session of Parliament on Monday (May 7).

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