The latest efforts to increase diversity at Singapore's top schools by making them affordable for all are a welcome signal, but more still needs to be done, said observers.
Under the enhanced Independent School Bursary (ISB) scheme, students from low-or middle-income families will, from next April, generally pay lower fees than they are charged now at independent schools.
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