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30 years on and we still can’t seem to get it

30 years on and we still can’t seem to get it

The productivity message began in 1981 with the launch of a productivity movement for the public. It went down to the nuts and bolts, such as setting up a system of national awards to reward productive practices in the form of paid holiday tours, exchange or study trips resulting in the mushrooming of worker-engagement groups... 

Singapore Democrats propose alternative education policy

Singapore Democrats propose alternative education policy

Singapore’s educational system has always been geared towards producing talent for a particular industry the government considers important at that material time. Today it may be the computer industry, tomorrow life sciences. In 2001, the education minister related that this was because the government had to prepare Singaporeans... 

Slow start for the poor?

Slow start for the poor?

In Parliament last week, PAP Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam claimed that there is still social mobility in Singapore, even if it may not be as fast as before. According to him, half of the pupils from families in the bottom third of the social-economic strata end up with PSLE scores that put them in the top two-thirds... 



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