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New Compulsory Courses In Public Universities

Simon Soon, Night School

01-Oct-19 18:40

New Compulsory Courses In Public Universities

The Education Ministry has introduced two new compulsory subjects - Philosophy and Current Issues, and Ethics and Civilisations, for the 2019/2020 academic year. While the idea has been praised, some worry that the rushed implementation may affect the quality of delivery of those subjects.

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