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Malaysia’s Spending on Education, Ranking and No of Researchers

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The education budget education was slashed from RM50 billion to RM37 billion this year! To get an idea of how counter-intuitive this is for a developing Malaysia, even Vietnam, Timor Leste and Cuba spent more. Currently, about 80 per cent of the bottom 40 per cent income households are only SPM qualified and below, with almost only 5 per cent …

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55th Years of Malaysia’s Independence: Redefining The Basic of National Education

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By Zul Fikri Zamir Mohamad Munir and Anas Alam Faizli 31st August 2012 marked the 55th celebration of Malaysia’s independence. Significant changes in education policies had taken place since then. During the pre independence period, we had distinct education systems with pondoks, madrasahs and race-based vernacular schools dominating the education landscape. Then there was the Barnes Report which proposed a …

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55 Tahun Malaysia Merdeka: Mendefinisikan Semula Asas Pendidikan Negara

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Oleh Zul Fikri Zamir Mohamad Munir & Anas Alam Faizli  31 OGOS 2012 genap 55 tahun Malaysia merdeka. Bukan sedikit perubahan dasar dan polisi pendidikan telah dilaksanakan. Sebelum merdeka kita bermula dengan sistem pendidikan yang berasingan dengan sekolah-sekolah pondok, madrasah dan vernakular mengikut bangsa.  Laporan Barnes kemudiannya cuba mencadangkan satu sistem pendidikan yang lebih menyeluruh di mana semuanya digabungkan di …

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Utilising Control in Arresting Declining School Performance

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Question: The examination performance of your private secondary school has been declining for the past few years.  Discuss the controlling process to make it a high quality institution. Private secondary schools are defined as independent schools which are not administered by the government, state or federal level and have the right to select their own student.  It is funded by …

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