High schools are abandoning students on the doorstep of university education, and we blame universities for opening the door too wide, Brody Hannan writes.
Universities don’t have a drop out problem – everyone else does
Stress, study and suicide: Why Singaporean students are suffering
For many, Singapore represents the modern face of Southeast Asia. Held as a global hub of commerce, culture and tourism, the city-state also boasts the world’s best education system, according to a 2015 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) study.
It would be then almost unbelievable to think that this contemporary education system could be a “pressure cooker” of toxic cultural beliefs that are harming the nation’s students.
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