Yes I would like to see thse studies too. In fact, I might just do a survey myself (GEP class of 1986). Next year will be 30 years since we entered GEP. I can tell you many of them have left the country. I left too… for 12 years, but I came back 🙂
If I do a survey of my GEP batch, what questions would people be interested in?
I delivered the following two speeches during the Committee of Supply debate for the Ministry of Education on 6 March 2015.
MOE: Integrated primary – secondary schools
Madam, this is the fourth year that I am speaking on the topic of through-train schools from primary through secondary. If I seem persistent, it is because I truly believe that in a suitably diverse education landscape, Singaporeans should have access to such a publicly-funded education option.
Such through-train schools will not require the pupil to go through the PSLE. It will allow the school to develop holistic education for a longer period with the pupils, allowing time to work on their character and values, as well as other aspects beyond exams. From results seen in other countries and in private schools that offer such a through-train system, academic achievements need not be compromised.
I had previously outlined broad ideas on how we…
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