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MOE to merge with tuition industry

Posted on 04 May 2017

Teachers can now earn money after regular school hours.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe learning about trigonometry will not help one in doing taxes, are glad.

This after they want the Ministry of Education to merge with the tuition industry to bring about greater economies of scale.

One Singaporean, Qu Bu See, said: “This seamless transition from going to school to going to tuition would make the system more effective and efficient overall.”

“MOE teachers will get to be paid tuition teachers rates after hours as a form of bonus and this will make them more motivated.”

“Students in turn will do better as their progress can be monitored by the schools they are in.”

Other locals said this move will help put the Singapore tuition industry under control and manage wastes.

Another local, Tan Dua Lui, said: “Currently, the tuition industry in Singapore is running amok.”

“This is an area that needs more regulation and higher barriers to entry to help limit the tuition industry to begin with.”

“The private sector must come under the umbrella of the public sector, if not people will take advantage and make money from it.”







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