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Mahathir may be education minister until April while choosing Maszlee’s replacement

The PM has been vocal about his desire to implement bold educational reforms.

Less than a day after resigning, almost 300,000 people have petitioned for Maszlee to return as Education Minister

The petitioner wrote that Maszlee's "decision to resign is a huge loss to the nation".

Malaysia’s Education Minister quits after getting advice from PM Mahathir

"I believe I have placed a foundation and a clear framework for the ministry to follow," he said.

Malaysia has one of the biggest gender gaps in South-east Asia, and places in the bottom half of WEF’s Global Gender Index

The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that the overall gender gap in the world will take 99.5 years to close.

Malaysian students have significantly improved PISA scores, but are still below the global average

Malaysia is in the middle one-third of countries, a rise from being in the bottom one-third in previous exams.

UM ties with University of Tokyo at 13th place on QS ranking of Asia’s best universities

UM performed the best among all Malaysian universities by climbing 5 places to be tied with the University of Tokyo at 13th. 

Schools affected by forest fire in Johor to reopen as 70 per cent of blaze extinguished

Two nearby schools which were ordered shut will reopen.

Mahathir stars in video to woo international students to study in Malaysia

Who better to sell Malaysia to the world than Mahathir himself?

Fresh graduates in Malaysia struggling to find jobs

A report says the economy is not creating enough high-skilled positions.