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SINGAPORE - If you have school-going children from primary to junior college years, chances are, you will meet their teachers this week, as the first semester of the school term ends on May 27.

Parent-teacher meetings or conferences are usually held twice a year, ahead of the June and year-end school holidays. These have moved online now, as opposed to pre-pandemic in-person sessions.

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