Saturday, February 11, 2012

Pre-school hot housing and the road to no where.....

On 9 Feb 2012, the Straits Times published an article about the increasing number of parents sending their children to psychologists[Worried Parents taking their kids to psychologists].

According to the article, many parents send their children for preschool enrichment before they start primary one. When these children get to primary one, they already know all the stuff the teachers are supposed to teach so the teachers are pressured to increase the pace of teaching and raise the standard. Because the pace of teaching is increased, the some students cannot cope and parents send them to psychologists. ...okay we are talking about primary one education here - the part of your life that you're suppose to enjoy your childhood, discover the world around you and be filled with infinite curiosity, Unfortunately, extremely intense competition in Singapore at an early age is killing the most important aspect of education - the love of learning.

How did our education system enter this vicious cycle? Blogger, Alex Au, painstakingly drew this amazing maze-like sorting system [Education System high stakes board game] which is  the education system our children are being put through.


Some parts of this "incredible human sorting system" is not shown in the diagram like the gifted program when they are in primary 4 and when the children go to secondary school it is not just the various streams like Express, Normal Academic etc but within the Express Stream you go to secondary schools belonging to different bands (10 bands) depending on your results. As you get sorted downwards, your odds of going to a local university falls and it can fall quite rapidly after primary 6. If you get sent to the Normal Technical Stream after primary six, your chance of ever getting into university is very low.

Because the system judges and sorts students very early in their life and the impact on their future is significant , it causes parents to try to give their children an edge by sending them to expensive pre-school, enrichment classes and tuition centers. As a result of this, a large part of the resources in education system is "hijacked' by a burgeoning private industry setup to give your child an edge. Head of departments and experienced teachers leave the MOE and start lucrative tuition centers. The number of parents hiring tutors and private learning centers for their children shows how much trust (or rather lack of trust) they have for MOE's schools and curriculum. Parents will naturally game the system by giving their children an edge sending them for expensive pre-school and then force the teachers to go faster leaving some students behind - so you get rid of some of the competition because they are slightly less prepared.

In the end what do we get in return for all this pressure and anxiety? We put our students through all this and when it comes to tertiary education, a large number of places are given to foreign students and a limit is put on the % of Singaporeans[Link] who can make it to university and polytechnics[Link]. The system does even give those entering the workforce an advantage - workers coming from places where the education system is far more relaxed are able to compete and secure jobs in Singapore. ....so what does all this anxiety, pressure and intense competition achieve...except to find people to push down and get sorted out...many are not educated to their fullest ability as seen from the large number of parents who have to send their children overseas for tertiary education, those who cannot afford it miss out and do not have their abilities developed fully.

60 comments:

Anonymous said...

The irony of Singapore Citizens is that after going through all the stringent world-class education that span at least 20 years of childhood, teenage and young adulthood of Singapore Citizens life,
Singapore Citizens wake up to realize that jobs go to cheap permanent residents and cheap foreigners while Singapore Citizens become unemployed, under-employed, employed at depressed salary or Singapore Citizens are discriminated at jobs.

With the huge influx of foreigners and permanent residents, Singapore Citizens have to wake up to find out why are Singapore Citizens studying so hard and have to do national service when permanent residents and foreigners can easily reap all the benefits of the Singapore system and leave nothing for the Singapore Citizens?

Anonymous said...

Pre-school for kids creates business what. Once there is business activity, there will be economic growth.

If govt can even accept casinos for economic growth despite its bad social side effects, what is pre-school or even private tuiton stress and its bad side effects?

Most important is that despite all these bad side effects, majority (60%) take it in their stride because PAP is still the best available party to vote.

More so when you look at what happened recently in the best opposition party, the Workers Party.

Seriously, other than economic growth with its ups and downs, is there anything that will change for the better in Singapore, at least till 2016 or even after??

Anonymous said...

Fantastic piece. U have hit the nail dead centre. For all the stress, efforts and huge expenses on education, Singaporeans are not even given preferences over foreigners who have a much easier and enjoyable education. Lots of Australians are holding very high positions in Singapore. They speak and presented themselves very well. They can easily bullshit their way to the top. Students in Australia have a much easier and enjoyable time in school. Plenty of play and less than 30% of the efforts put into studies compared to Singaporeans.
Singaporeans are so pressurised into studying hard for academic results that they have lost their ability to communicate, socialise and project themselves.

Amused said...

The government's position on tertiary education for its citizens is very clear. Here is an excerpt from Wikileaks -

"Singapore boasts a highly competitive and well-regarded primary and secondary education system, but the number of Singaporeans completing a tertiary education is relatively low. Only 23 percent of Singaporean students entering primary school complete a degree at a local four-year university. In other knowledge-economies such as Japan's, around 50 percent of students complete a university degree. However, according to Cheryl Chan, Assistant Director of the Planning Division at the Ministry of Education (MOE), the government does not plan to encourage more students to get a higher education. The university enrollment rate will continue to be maintained at 20-25 percent because the Singaporean labor market does not need everyone to get a four-year degree, she asserted."

Anonymous said...

Schools are ranked. Principals are sorted, teachers are assessed. Suffer the children

Anonymous said...

"Singaporeans are so pressurised into studying hard for academic results that they have lost their ability to communicate, socialise and project themselves."
Anon 11/2/12 12:09

But at least 60% did not lose their ability to think and vote PAP every election, despite being so pressurised, whether study or working.

Sometimes I wonder how on earth this can happen for so long. And for this alone, I really admire PAP, or maybe PAP is just lucky to have Singaporeans as voters and opposition.

Anonymous said...

The irony is after the hot housing, the government finds that our youths lack drive, inability to venture out of their comfort zone. Any parent will tell you there is something very wrong with our education system. It is not level paying field anymore, not for those without disposable income to throw at private tutors. This system breeds a propensity to toe the line and views with comtempt any failure at a very young age. After all the money we spent studying Finland's n Scandinavians system, we still stick to the outdated scholar's system. We can see where it is leading us to, a feudal /elitist system.

Anonymous said...

Good article. I hope more bloggers can link and mention each other in their article like what you have done. This can promote a sense of greater connectivity amongst the political blogging community and help spread awareness on current affairs or reinforce a political statement. I hope Alex is also reading your article :)

Anonymous said...

Can I ask, anyone knows where to find the birth tours?

Anonymous said...

There's an error in Alex's chart. From NA, the kids can be streamed to ITE.

In fact, about 40% of the Normal Academic kids got to ITE after the N-Level Examinations. Of those who make it to the O-Level exams, about 50 - 60% would passed their English O-Level. Many N-Level pupils who made it to O-Levels struggle even more to keep up.

Principals do not allocate any form of remedial nor support for the N-Level students as N-Level examination results does not influence any value-added awards to the principals. Only O-level results affect a school's value-added ranking and as such, remedials and enrichment support are given to the O-level classes and none to the N-Level kids.

A value-added ranking would affect the principal's performance bonus.

It's all about money in MOE schools. Results are merely a means to more money.

Anonymous said...

Blogging is not enough Mr. Tan. More needs to be done. Many Singaporeans are still not reading the news on the internet. Many are still thinking everything is OK. The question is one needs to get to the audience. Merely writing blogs does not produce a rippling effect. You should open a Youtube channel and put links on your channel to your blogs. This simple gesture alone can produce a multiplier effect.

Think different.

Anonymous said...

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This is a must read. It will change your paradigm and explain to your what is going on in the world today since the past hundreds of years.

Anonymous said...

Your article proves my belief.

Fix PAP.
Before they fix you.

Vote Opposition in GE 2016.
For your children's sake.
As well as your own.

Anonymous said...

Our education is only arbitualy low cost. Most parents pay of dollars every month for their kids tuitions. Though the schools are teaching according to the syllabus, their are testing way beyond them. The gap between what is taught and tested is tremendous.

I have two kids currently in primary schools, so I know. My kids need to spend a lot of time to study just to keep up with the standard. They should have more time to socialize and play. Unfortunately, that will be a luxury.

I feel immensely sad what I hear the leeders and gang keep saying that we do not have local talents. Then, what have moe been doing for the past 50 years ?

Schools are having so much hype using iPad and what not, but then scandinavian countries are still using black boards.
yet they are having one of the best education system. The keys are they have very small class size(26 vs our 40) and their well trained teachers.

Really worry about education which very weak in character building.

Just my observation.

Anonymous said...

The secret of our education system is PRIVATE TUITION!

The majority of students have tuition, be it private or at a tuition centre.

Most of them need tuition because classroom sizes are too big, teachers are too busy with non-teaching duties to teach properly.

In my school, weak students are given only scant attention during remedials - one hour, once every two weeks for each subject.

Teachers are too busy attending meetings, workshops to 'upgrade' their skills, organizing school events to improve their promotion chances. Teaching well is not a bonus at all, not unless you are into private tuition.

I have colleagues who can devote 8 hours after school each work week for their CCA, but only can spare 1 hour in that same week to meet up with weaker students for academic consultation.

No tuition, our education system is screwed!

MOE is aware of it, but is too embarrassed to admit to it.

Oh, by the way, do you know that in our teaching circles, it is an open secret that the majority of patients seeking psychiatric help for work-related stress are teachers?

Elite Teacher said...

In fact i think we are not competitively enough for the children sake, the need to plan an education pathway for the Normal Technical is an absurd one. These students are a drain on education resource and the most stressful for teachers.

They should be abandoned completely from the mainstream system and given an edusave subsidy to let the private sector takes over their education.

For example, a student who scored below 200 at PSLE will be denied entry into the mainstream education system. They will be instead given a subsidy of 2000 per year in edusave to pursue their education in MOE approved private institutions for 4 years and thats it! the rest is up to them.

Streamline the education system and get rid of the cancer

Anonymous said...

This is a good post ...
We are all Kiasu parent anyway ..

Anonymous said...

Not evryone will become doctors, engineers and lawyers.

Yet, education,learning must not be restrictive. That is not acceptable and if the quote:

"...the government does not plan to encourage more students to get a higher education. The university enrollment rate will continue to be maintained at 20-25 percent because the Singaporean labor market does not need everyone to get a four-year degree,.."

is accurate, I will not support anyone who subscribes to it. In this instance, the Gov does not get my vote.

Process is as important as product.

And we fail miserably at process.
An example is the stop at 2 campaign. The purpose was to control population growth.. and the product was: zero fertility.

However, the process was ignored and details unbothered. The consequence is here for us to see & experience.

Both process & product is imprortant.. but with technocrats who are interested in only product, we will be famous as a killing machine and not as an incubator.

Anonymous said...

So much criticism of our education system.

Question
---------
Will you vote Opposition to register your desire for change in our education system?


After all, it's been 45 years since Singapore's independence.
PAP government has shown no desire to improve our education system over these last 45 years.

Anonymous said...

Will you vote Opposition to register your desire for change in our education system?
Anon 12/2/12 14:37

It's all fated. God made Singapore only 700 sq km hot and humid and PAP the best available party to vote for.

You want change for the better? Find a better place (if you can) and get out of here.

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Anonymous said...

Don't say only I say, even minister Shanmugam also find it irresistable to say this.

"We had the ruling party stay in power with 60 per cent of the vote, 93 per cent of the seats,"

Why Uni Ed Is Restricted said...

Anon 11/2/12 13:03,
"Sometimes I wonder how on earth this can happen for so long. And for this alone, I really admire PAP, or maybe PAP is just lucky to have Singaporeans as voters and opposition."

No, it's NOT due to luck! It's precisely due to PAP restricting university education to only 10% before 1990s and to only <25% from 1990-2010.

The more people are educated, the more they think and the more they support changes / check and balance / oppositions!

Eg. In the last election, SDP openly said that the people who supported them the most in Holland-Bukit Timah were from the private estates in Bukit Timah, whereas those HDB dwellers from the poorer region (Ghim Moh), are NOT supportive of them!

Very sad indeed - those who are most victimised and bullied by PAP supports PAP the most. Dumb Dumb Sinkies!

Anonymous said...

40% of votes = 6 seats.
80% of votes = 12 seats.

There will be no freak election results because of Gerrymandering.

You are free to vote your beliefs & conscience in GE 2016.

Anonymous said...

Every time I have to help my kids with their homework.
Because their teachers are unable to teach them properly in school.

I curse the Education Minister's entire family tree.

And continue to convert people to vote Opposition.

Anonymous said...

Your kid's teacher is probably too busy with meetings and organizing school events to bother about something as mundane as teaching.

Xianlong said...

Education system here is designed to spew out cheap cogs. 1st you have replaceable parts then you have replaceable people. If too many people have degrees then how can the cog labor be cheaper still?

With the influx of FTs from 3rd world countries, many locals are in for a rude shock that they can wipe their asses with their formal paper credentials. Many are still brainwashed into signing up & going into debt for more degree or whatever paper cert thinking it'll give them an edge over the FTs.

Anonymous said...

The sad truth is that after getting straight As at PSLE, O-levels and Alevels, and finally finishing off with a upper-class honours from NUS, they will be replaced by a worker from India, or China or Phillipines, armed with a degree from some dubious university.

Or worse, armed with a degree bought from some agent for US$ 500.

Ser Ming said...

Hi Lucky,

It will be good to see if there are statistics to show whether any students from "Northlight-type" of schools did eventually go to the Polytechnic. My understanding is that when the students reach a certain seniority in school, they will be train under certain ITE programme but it's not even a NITEC. It render them difficulties in job opportunities.
Of course, children who are sent to "Northlight-type" of schools are those with learning difficulties. We all know that no one in the right mind would like to have their children with learning difficulties, now, will the state intervene to provide better programmes, subsidies or policies to aid these families especially when these kids grow up?

Ghost said...

Come on, is anyone truly surprised at this? I know of Pri 3 students who were expected to go out and do research and interviews for class projects. Pri. 3 students! I know of a teacher who openly admit to her friends that some of the things she teach to her pri school students are just too tough for them to fully understand. It's no wonder the majority of students have tuition; even the teacher admits that tuition is a must.

Anonymous said...

"It's no wonder the majority of students have tuition; even the teacher admits that tuition is a must."
Ghost 13/2/12 09:02

Although I strongly feel that "tuition is a must" is definitely no good, but at least 60% think it is the best available educational system.

Or for that matter, any other system which PAP created.

Very sad. The best available is like that.

Anonymous said...

My friend sent his kid for tuition in primary one, wow six tuition classes!

Anonymous said...

Only Singaporeans would continue to vote for a government with this type of incompetency.

First, they call you daft.

Then they abuse your children with sub-standard education in over-crowded classrooms.

You the daft citizens then subsidize their incompetency by hiring private tutors to teach your children properly, so that your children can score A's.

Then the Education Minister claims that he is running a very successful education policy because of all the A's being scored by the students!
And awards himself with another salary increment for achieving his KPI's.

Are you blind?
Can you not see how inefficient this is?

Anonymous said...

its about preserving the hegemony of the current regime. Thats why every aspect of life in singapore is made to be so tedious and burdersome. In the youth stage, its the education system. When the special assistance plan schools was introduced, it gathered up the top performing psle pri 6, put them in former demoralised chinese medium schools, where it not stated that only science streams are offered in many of them. It is easy to realised now that most who took the MOE cue back then are not better off when the best paying jobs are lawyers, bankers, investment sales and insurance not engineers.

Anonymous said...

Old fart repeatedly tells us we have no talent and we need foreign talent to keep us punching above our weight. Most of these foreigners never had to go through this MOE-style pressure cooker education, yet they are more talented. So what's the point of all this hot-housing? Can Old fart tell us? Can the minister for education tell us? We need answers (well, at least the 39.9% of us do).

Anonymous said...

Go down to Dhoby Ghaut.
Take a look. all young people below 21 above 15.. walking around in flip flops..

All able to afford "gong Cha' I-pads
I phones and... wow! hairstyles that may cost $150!..

These are supposed to be students.
How many will get jobs here in Singapore?

You see, its not jobs that matters to Gov.. these students SPEND money!.. and they spend it by shopping, eating and "studying"

Its an entire industry by itself!

Whose money???

YOURS!! your kids, cousins, nephews, nieces... you give them fat ang pows and encourage them!

Ng Eng Hou said...

Don't envy the kids nowadays, those they have more access to material comforts in life, but they're subjected to more pressure than a lot of us who were born in the 60s. As I see the situation nowadays, even if you're a university graduate nowadays, there is no guarantee that you can get a good job, because the Singapore economy is no more 'flying' like in the 70s. Those golden days are long gone.

What is happening is we're just training kids to be able to score high grades, but don't think is enough to help them to cope with a post-industralization economy where brains and innovation are more important.

Current Education System Is Not Going To Help our Young Citizens A Lot!

Anonymous said...

Dear Lucky,

We are petitioning that EP work permit passes be issued with a quota so that local Singaporeans will not be disadvantaged.

We also want legislations in place to deter foreign employers from continuing employing their own kind - unfairly denying local Singaporeans from suitable positions.

Singapore for Singaporeans!

Petition organiser

Gilbert Goh

http://www.change.org/petitions/support-singaporeans-first

Anonymous said...

Dear Gilbert Goh.

Petition no use.
It's like begging a deaf frog to listen.

Organize the unemployed into a bloc vote.

Tell the PAP government.
Implement these pro-Singapore measures.
Or lose these votes.

Anonymous said...

You want to know the irony here...

If LKY, GCT and all the other assholes before the 1980s go thru the post 90s education system...think all of them won't make it either...

On the other hand their kids can..donate money here and there to this institution...or make the higher ups that their "kids" are in this school or tat and show no "favors" (but it is the reverse in the end)...

This is the rubbish we get from intellectuals with no real wisdom...

The irony is so clear.

Anonymous said...

Gilbert Goh 13/2/12 12:58

Have you analysed why you and your team lost Tampines GRC in GE 2011?

And what you should plan to do to win it in GE 2016?

This will be a better thing to do than organising petitions which does not help in winning votes.

Anonymous said...

Dear Gilbert Goh,

Let me help you to put a link that can be clicked through for

"petitioning that EP work permit passes be issued with a quota so that local Singaporeans will not be disadvantaged"

and to have

"legislations in place to deter foreign employers from continuing employing their own kind - unfairly denying local Singaporeans from suitable positions."

http://www.change.org/petitions/support-singaporeans-first

Anonymous said...

Why not have COE for work permits?

Anonymous said...

"Only Singaporeans would continue to vote for a government with this type of incompetency.

First, they call you daft.

Then they abuse your children with sub-standard education in over-crowded classrooms.

You the daft citizens then subsidize their incompetency by hiring private tutors to teach your children properly, so that your children can score A's.

Then the Education Minister claims that he is running a very successful education policy because of all the A's being scored by the students!
And awards himself with another salary increment for achieving his KPI's.

Are you blind?
Can you not see how inefficient this is?"

I wish many more Singaporeans can see your point. I completely agree with you. Why are there 40-43 pupils packed in one classroom with a one teacher to handle? Did you know after they overstretch the inoptimal teacher-student ration, they instituted classroom management as a crucial factor is grading teachers. We have a bad system all round and the cracks have shown these past 8 years. In the last GE 2011, every other citizen wants to contest in the elections. They were people who want to contest tanjong pagar because singaporeans by and large know that our government is getting out of hand and is presently bullying us and is incompetent and intransparent. No?

If you want to value add, then reduce the class sizes? Why are the class sizes in the gifted education programme in our singapore schools capped to 20 pupils per class?

Elitism. Many singaporean parents say bo pian and accept the crass bad PAP values. These parents will have their kids growing up with bad values. They will learn the PAP values: kiasu, kiasi, and greed.

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Anonymous said...

PAP controls us by screwing around our children with homework, overloaded syllabus, overcrowded classrooms and overworked teachers.

We only have one chance every 5 years,
so please vote wisely in GE 2016

Anonymous said...

The irony of this all is that kids who received a technical education would be more internationally mobile /socially mobile (in the context that their jobs pay more lucratively in another country than it does in Singapore) as they would receive at least 2x points for migration (at least for Australia).

Anonymous said...

I am working in the preschool area in Australia right how. Children do not learn their ABCs until they are 6 years of age..children younger than 6 learn to be creative, work with one another. a far cry from the singapore system. They start presentation in the primary school, and sure, they are really good in bullshiting.. even though they have no substance.. the main gist..they learn to be confident when they are young. My daughter was raised in Singapore and she is quite timid, whileas my son has learnt be more out spoken, but still finds him lacking behind the Aussies..but then, I was told by friends that he had become more socialable than 2 years back..

Anonymous said...

I couldn't have said it better myself. I just had a conversation with some relatives in China, and they were astonished by the streaming system we are having.

China has one of the most competitive environments, where most students try to make it to the big 4 universities (there is even a guide book on that). However, the main difference in my opinion is that this "differentiation" only occurs during high school examinations to universities.

Abolishing the P4 streaming was the first step in the right direction. Back in my time heading into EM3 meant your future was resigned to low paying technical jobs, and the fact is that the teachers made effort to remind you of that during class. It was such a pity as many of my friends who ended up in this "EM3" were very bright, but were judged to be useless at the age of 10.

Right now the PSLE game still presents the same high stakes. I for one will not want my child to be judged under such pressure at the age of 12. And I am making every effort to move out of Singapore ensure my child does not suffer the same education system that I have went through.

PS: I was streamed to the best available path (EM1, Special express etc) but was disillusioned by the way our education gauge ability.

Anonymous said...

Pity the Normal(academic) and Normal(Technical) pupils in Singapore. They are literally left to rot.

"Principals do not allocate any form of remedial nor support for the N-Level students as N-Level examination results does not influence any value-added awards to the principals. Only O-level results affect a school's value-added ranking and as such, remedials and enrichment support are given to the O-level classes and none to the N-Level kids.

A value-added ranking would affect the principal's performance bonus.

It's all about money in MOE schools. Results are merely a means to more money."

This is so true. All teachers teaching graduating pupils in secondary school will know this.

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Anonymous said...

There are a few things we as parents can do: 1) keep writing suggestions to MOE - whether they respond to those suggestions is another matter 2) realize the constraints of Singapore (low population, land scarce, no natural resources, etc)
3) realize that there's no such thing as a perfect place - every country has its own problems.
4) learnt to cope with the constraints and work with the constraints.
5) On our own, we can reduce our children's stress by not pushing our children and letting them play and interact more with children of like-minded parents to build social skills, problem solving skills, communications skills....skills not found in the textbook.
6)If we help build resilient kids through proper ways of communication and role modeling, these kids can survive not just in Singapore....it will give them the confidence and abilities to survive elsewhere!

Anonymous said...

Why do others immigrate or choose to work else (e.g. in Singapore)? They are resilient and optimistic people who face constraints or lack of opportunities in their own countries. They choose to go to a place which can use their skills and provide them opportunities. To survive Singaporeans need to think that way too - the world is our oyster and for us to explore its resources and use them, hopefully in ethical and moral ways.

Anonymous said...

One person's cup of tea may cause allergy or even death to another. All of us are built different. We perceive things differently due to our experiences, background, education, culture, upbringing, etc. Sometimes it helps to move to another country to live as a family for awhile to appreciate the things we do have! Of course, not everyone has the ability, chance or resources to uproot. That be the case, one can either choose to either accept their situation and work as best as possible with it, or make a change with a leap of faith, courage, and some weighing of tradeoffs. Maybe after going a full circle and experiencing different cultures/countries, you may realise that Singapore's a decent place to live in if we change our mindset and not want to be like The Jones - families that need to have a car, a condo, holidays abroad, shop at Cold Storage, etc. Life can be fun if we place our emphasis not chasing after material goods or have to worry about having them....and putting our priorities into small things like greeting our neighbors, being compassionate and emphathetic, helping those in need, providing a shoulder to cry on...building strong and meaningful relationships with our neighbours, friends, colleagues and families!! The paradox of the whole thing is when you've good relationships, you will be healthy, positive and happy, problem solve better because you have more heads to help you. Life will be more fun.

Anonymous said...

Well i was in the gifted education programme, and ironically the teacher got us to research the faults in our own government. I guess this shows that teachers are humans to, not robots of the MOE, and may themselves be parents frustrated by the lousy education system here. Well I definitely do not believe that the government put them up to this. I guess there was serious flaws in their class inspections (which i am perfectly fine with). They are given notice at an earlier date about the inspection, the officer comes in, gets greeted, seats at the back of the class in full view of the teacher. Just hope they don't install security cameras next.

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