Barriers to online learning

Veveonah climbs a tree just to get an uninterrupted connection to sit for her exams. Photo: YouTube/Veveonah M

One of the biggest issues children in Malaysia have with online learning is poor Internet access or the lack of devices in a household.

Fourteen-year-old Pravin Selvakumar comes from a family of nine. He is the third youngest of seven siblings.

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