Author Archives: pepperleejy

Updated: Courtesy of Saturday’s Straits Times

It’s true what they say – you really do start noticing things more when you have an interest in them. So yesterday (Saturday!) was devoted to both PW PI vetting and marking of GP Assignment question on whether Singapore is … Continue reading

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Not just another grandfather story

This was the article I was referring to in class. Yesterday’s Straits Times just seemed to have a more-than-usual number of ¬†articles related to the elderly (or maybe it’s true that you start noticing things more often when you’re keeping … Continue reading

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Protected: Essay approaches (Content: The Elderly)

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Halimah Yacob: ‘We are still very much an ageist society’ | Singapolitics

Halimah Yacob: 'We are still very much an ageist society' | Singapolitics.

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“Parentocracy” inhibiting educational equality?

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As promised: Waiting for “Superman” (2010)

For your viewing pleasure! Note: bear in mind this documentary was filmed in 2010 – there have been several changes in the American education system since then. For instance, Michelle Rhee is no longer chancellor and the reputation of charter … Continue reading

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Protected: Waiting for “Superman”

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