Three Cs for Singapore's universities to thrive in a post-Covid-19 world

This is an edited excerpt from Education Minister Chan Chun Sing's speech at The Straits Times Education Forum at the Singapore Management University on Feb 10.

Education Minister Chan Chun Sing speaking at The Straits Times Education Forum last Thursday. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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Instead of waiting for a return to the past or waiting for change to normalise, our best approach to thrive amid the short-term uncertainties and long-term global trends is to combine the best practices of the pre-Covid-19 world and the Covid-19 world, starting now.

Over the past two years, the resourcefulness and resilience of our students, educators, schools, and institutes of higher learning (IHLs), have allowed the education system to progress, largely uninterrupted.

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