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  2. Category:Singaporean logos - Wikipedia

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  3. Category:Government ministries of Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (Singapore) Logo.jpg 309 × 99; 20 KB. Ministry of Education (Singapore) logo.png 234 × 179; 31 KB. Ministry of Foreign Affairs Singapore logo.jpg 458 × 217; 11 KB. Ministry of Manpower (Singapore) (logo).png 180 × 90; 2 KB. Ministry of National Development (Singapore) (logo).png 200 × 81; 22 KB.

  4. List of schools in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Singapore's public schools come under the purview of the Ministry of Education.Singapore has many primary schools and secondary schools, as well as junior colleges, centralised institutes, polytechnics and universities providing tertiary education.

  5. Ministry of Education (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

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    the ministry of education ( malay: kementerian pendidikan) is a ministry of the government of malaysia that is responsible for education system, compulsory education, pre-tertiary education, technical and vocational education and training (tvet), curriculum standard, textbook, standardised test, language policy, translation, selective school, …

  6. List of primary schools in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Primary education lasts six years, and is compulsory for all Singapore citizens. [1] Primary schools in Singapore are classified as Government or Government-aided schools. Primary schools are typically mixed-sex, though there are a number of single-sex schools. Some primary schools are affiliated with a secondary school, and such schools may ...

  7. Singapore Polytechnic - Wikipedia

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    Singapore Polytechnic ( SP) is a post-secondary education institution and statutory board under the purview of the Ministry of Education in Singapore. Established in 1954, the institution is the first and oldest polytechnic in Singapore. The polytechnic is also renowned for its engineering programmes. Contents 1 Academic schools and departments

  8. Singapore International School - Wikipedia

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    Coordinates: 22°14′40″N 114°10′2″E The school Singapore International School ( SIS) is a kindergarten, elementary and secondary (up to Form Four and International Baccalaureate Diploma First Year and second year) school situated in two different campuses on Nam Long Shan Road, Hong Kong Island .

  9. Singapore Teachers' Union - Wikipedia

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    Singapore Teachers' Union From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Singapore Teachers' Union Logo The Singapore Teachers' Union ( STU) is the largest teachers' organisation in Singapore. It was founded in 1946. It represents over 14,000 teachers employed by the Ministry of Education.