SINGAPORE - Schemes to help children from low and middle-income households and a push for values-driven education are some of the issues the Education Minister will touch on during his ministry's committee of supply budget debate next week.
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a community event, Minister Heng Swee Keat said his ministry will reinforce a values-driven, student-centric education. There will also be schemes on how to help students from low and middle-income groups level up.
A third area of focus is a progress report on character and citizenship education in schools.
Mr Heng said he'll also be giving an update on post-secondary education with regards to the progress the ministry has made in getting students to complete a post-secondary education. CHANNEL NEWSASIA
Source: Today Online