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There's an increasing number of private schools offering the Malaysian national curriculum - Standard Based Curriculum for Primary Schools (KSSR) and Secondary Schools (KSSM) - for parents who prefer smaller class sizes and extra activities.
While most international schools are in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Baru aren't far behind. This week we look at the options at one of the top heritage centres in Asia and a great place to settle down.
Private and international school education is a substantial investment. As more parents consider this route, they're getting more savvy when it comes to pricing. These schools offer the British curriculum and reasonable fees.
We last wrote about boarding schools in KL and the surrounds, but if you're looking further afield, there're good options in Penang and Johor Bahru.
These classes in international schools give students an introductory glimpse into the working world.
As environmental studies may soon become a compulsory subject in schools across the country, we look at three international schools whose students make it a personal mission to protect their environment.
Your choice of primary school will not only need to suit your children's needs, but support your family's practical circumstances too.
Music, the visual and dramatic arts have been criticised for being non-essential, but what should we really think about arts education in schools?
With holidays around the corner, Penang schools have found innovative ways to counter the 'brain drain', which is where students start to lose focus. We find out how!
EL looks at what international schools are serving up in their cafeterias.
Penang has its fair share of preschools, primary and secondary international schools. Their top quality programmes and teaching staff make them the unhesitating choice of expatriate parents.