Singapore’s education system suffers from two major deficiencies. One, it is unable to educate a nation to meet the challenges of a 21st-century global economy which increasingly demands creativity and innovation among its players. Two, based on the philosophy of Lee Kuan Yew, our schools continue to steer state resources to disproportionately benefit the elite, thus widening inequality in Singapore.
The Singapore Democratic Party presents this alternative policy paper to remedy these inadequacies and provide our nation with an education system that values our children and how they learn.
Justice Warren Khoo's Grounds o...
On 18 June, the CEC issued a news release announcing the plaintiff’s resignation as the party’s secretary-general. The statement was an attempt at putting an agreeable and positive face to the underlying differences between the plaintiff and his by now estranged party colleagues. It spoke of the plaintiff in laudatory terms and recorded his contributions to the party and the cause of opposition politics in Singapore.
Promise To The Residents: The SDP T...
We will strive to set new standards in town council management by adopting best practices in transparency and accountability. It is only through confidence in the SDP working for the people at the constituency level will Singaporeans gain trust in our party to eventually take over as government.
A NEW ECONOMIC VISION: Towards Inno...
The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) has drawn up an alternative economic programme to chart a new course for our economy and take our nation to a new and dynamic level.
Our programme emphasises fairness and promotes equal opportunity, it focuses on cultivating an innovative and productive community, and it establishes a society that inspires compassion.